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Eva Halldén new managing director

Eva Halldén is the new managing director of SKB since 1 April. She has been the managing director of both Ringhals and Forsmark nuclear power plants.

– SKB has a very important task, and the company is now in an intensive phase with the environmental licensing in the Land and Environment Court this autumn and the continued planning of our major projects. At the same time, we must manage the operations and continue research. So this is clearly a very exciting time to get involved, says Eva Halldén.

In addition to having been the managing director of Ringhals and Forsmark nuclear power plants, Eva Halldén has been the director of Studsvik Nuclear and has worked with efficiency and improvement issues in the nuclear field at Vattenfall.

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