6.240 employees. The turnover is approx. EUR 936 million in 2008. Lawrence Lee has much experience in this field. Through the tight integration of the Nexans group Nexans Germany has excellent opportunities for the synergies in all areas of the group. This applies to global projects as well as for research and development, exchange of know-how, etc. Refer to for more information. Vattenfall Europe, business unit mining & generation Vattenfall Europe is Germany’s third largest power provider and provides day and night for a reliable and environmentally friendly electricity production with a plant capacity of about 16,500 megawatts.
For the production of electricity, Vattenfall Europe generation deploys a wide range of procedures and sources of energy. So, the base load area with energy from Brown coal, and nuclear power plants is fed; He will be supported with power from the coal power station Rostock. Vattenfall Europe produces peak power Generation especially in pumped storage and gas turbine power plants. About 80 percent of the electricity produced Vattenfall Europe generation from domestic brown coal. The three Lusatian plants Schwarze Pumpe, Janschwalde and Boxberg together have a power capacity of 6,500 megawatts. In the central area, a 920 MW block of lignite power station in Lippendorf also belongs to Park modern power plant by Vattenfall Europe generation.
With the coal fired power plant in Moorburg and a new lignite power plant block at the Boxberg location, Vattenfall currently expands its fleet. Vattenfall Europe mining & generation, the business unit for mining and production at Vattenfall Europe is Germany with approximately 8,300 employees, one of the largest employers and trainers in the East. Refer to for more information. More info / press contact Nexans Germany GmbH Jutta van Buhl of Bonnenbroicher Street