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    Sweden: Energy Market Inspectorate wants to change model for grid fees

    May 30, 2023 - M-Brain Nordic News


      The Swedish Energy Market Inspectorate (Energimarknadsinspektionen) thinks that the electricity grid companies in Sweden are overcompensated because they have charged too high fees from their customers. The Inspectorate wants to change the model for grid fees. The electricity grid companies are critical of this plan. David Bjurhall, who is responsible for price issues at Swedish electricity grid operator Ellevio, pointed out that the company has not had any dividends to its owners since 2018. He said that the focus has been on the opportunities to invest in the networks and warned that the electricity network companies will not have any capital left over for future investments if the rules are changed. He added that this could lead to the slowdown of the electrification of Sweden.


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