About this site
One Tonne Life is a web site with news, pictures and videos about the project One Tonne Life. The site is aimed at bloggers, journalists, students and everybody else that is interested in the project. All material on the site can be used according to Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported. To keep updated you can follow the project on Twitter or by RSS. You can find more material around the project on its YouTube and Flickr accounts. The site has been developed by the three initiators Vattenfall, Volvo Cars och A-hus.
This website is supplied by Vattenfall AB. VAT and registration number: 556036-2138. Location of the registered office: Stockholm, Sweden.
For questions about products and services, please refer to your local Vattenfall website and contacts.
Vattenfall.com provides assistance to people searching for corporate information, news and publications about Vattenfall. Vattenfall.com does not directly sell products and services to the public.
The website contains interactive services such as calendar reminders, subscription services and ordering of printed materials. It also contains newsletters, press releases and number of Flash presentations such as key facts and figures and educational animations.The information contained on this website does not constitute advice or an offer to sell or deal in any securities and must not be relied upon in connection with any investment decision.
Vattenfall is committed to providing services to people with special requirements, and this web site has been built with accessibility in mind.
We have taken all steps possible to ensure a high level of accessibility and compliance with the guidelines provided by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
Meeting EU guidelines
Our websites, like the internet itself, are continuously developing. This is also true for our work with accessibility. As we continue to publish material and develop services online, we always strive to make them compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines issued by WAI. These are divided into three priority levels, and we currently aim to meet the priority 2 standard, which is the level of accessibility recommended by the EU.
Accessible PDF files
A worldwide popular format for publishing documents is Adobe’s Portable Documents Format (PDF). Our sites are no exceptions and contain many PDF files. Although technically possible it is not realistic to convert all of these files into an accessible format at once. If you come across a file on the site that you find inaccessible, we therefore kindly ask you to request this in the following form.
We will then convert this file into an accessible format as fast as possible and contact you as soon as this has been done. We apologize for any inconveniences and ask for patience in this matter.
Our efforts include:
Use of style sheets and XHTML in accordance with W3C guidelines
Link phrases make sense when read out of context
Tabular data is marked up correctly
Headings and subheadings are marked up correctly
Form controls are explicitly associated with their prompts
Font-sizes are specified using relative units of measurement (this makes them resizable in all browsers)
When offering scripts, Flash movies and images, we offer alternative content where this is relevant
Copyright 2001-2008 Vattenfall AB. All rights reserved. All materials (including text, images, graphics, animation, videos, music and sounds) on this site are subject to copyright of Vattenfall AB and its affiliated companies.Vattenfall AB owns the copyright of the selection, coordination and arrangement of the materials on this site. These materials may not be copied for commercial use or distribution, nor may these materials be modified. For further information around use of the material on One Tonne Life please refer to Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported.