October 26, 2014 3:21 AM ET

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Company Overview of E.ON Sverige AB

Company Overview

E.ON Sverige AB engages in the production and supply of energy and energy related services primarily in Sweden. It principally produces power from hydro, nuclear, and wind sources. The company also produces heat. It serves approximately one million customers. The company is based in Malmö, Sweden. E.ON Sverige AB operates as a subsidiary of E.ON SE.

Carl Gustafs väg 1

Malmö,  20509

Sweden

Phone:

46 40 25 50 00

Key Executives for E.ON Sverige AB

President of Heat & Waste Business Sector
Age: 50
President of E.ON Gas and President of E.ON ES
President of E.ON Försäljning
President of E.ON Kundsupport
President of E.ON Värme
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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Target
Merger/Acquisition
February 17, 2014
E.ON Sverige AB (publ), 28 District Heating Power Plants Located in Mid and Southern Sweden
 

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