Sweden Hits Record Electricity Prices

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“We have never had such high July prices for individual hours as now”, EON sales manager Emma Borgström said, as quoted by national broadcaster SVT.

There, it exceeded SEK 6 (56 cents) per kWh, as opposed to the usual July prices of around 40 öre (nearly 4 cents).

Swedish Energy Agency analyst Rebecka Bergholtz concurred that the prices are at “exceptionally high levels”.






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