Cheaper electricity on the way
The Nordic electricity market is expected to produce cheaper power in the year ahead, particularly for customers in northern Sweden.
That can mean savings of over US$400 for many households with so-called floating electricity charges.
“The expectation is that the northern electricity area will have the lowest prices and Malmö [in the south] will have the highest,” Faraz Azima at the price comparison website, Elskling, told news agency TT.
In Sweden customers can choose to fix their electricity charges at a particular rate or let them fluctuate in line with production.