Russian gas halt could make electricity in Sweden more expensive

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  • Russia's decision to cut gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria from today after the countries refused Moscow's demand to pay for supplies in roubles, could mean an increase in energy bills for Swedes, Swedish Radio News reports.

  • Samuel Ciszuk, an expert in energy markets at ELS Analysis, says there will be greater uncertainty in an already tight global market which will have an impact on energy prices in Europe.

  • And he says the consequences will be felt in the south of Sweden later this autumn and winter.