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Lars G. Josefsson: April 2010
CEO, Vattenfall

Lars G. Josefsson: April 2010

Lars G. Josefsson is president and CEO of Vattenfall, Europe's fifth largest generator of electricity and the largest generator of heat with operations in Denmark, Finland, Germany, United Kingdom, Poland, Netherlands and Sweden. He is also a member of the UN Secretary-General's Advisory Group on Energy and Climate Change.

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Electricity can decrease risk exposure

The concept of energy independence is usually oversimplified in most political and media discussions. Given the globalization of the economy and the global trade in several key energy sources, a country would have to be exceptionally isolated from its neighbors to have a truly insulated energy system.

By Lars G. Josefsson | April 1, 2010; 03:41 AM ET | Comments (2)

 
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