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Sweden: Electricity imports likely to increase next four winters

M-Brain Nordic News  


    A report by Swedish grid operator Svenska Kraftnät warns that Sweden's demand for electricity imports will rise in coming winters, and supplies to be affected by the war in Ukraine. The need to import electricity is expected to continue to rise over the next four winters. Sweden imports most of its electricity from Norway, although some will also be imported from Germany, Denmark and Poland. Lowina Lundström, divisional manager at Svenska Kraftnät, warns that electricity supplies could be disconnected in the worst case. She also expects that there is a risk that prices return to the high levels of past winter, even though the price level is impossible to predict as it also depends on weather conditions.


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