Richard Andersson

Richard Andersson - Mon, 8 Jul 2024 - 11:01

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Electricity Prices in Sweden on July 8, 2024

Today, on July 8, 2024, electricity prices vary significantly throughout the day. Prices are relatively low during the night and early morning hours, while they rise during the day and evening.

Electricity Prices Hour by Hour Today

00:00-00:59: 23 öre
01:00-01:59: 22 öre
02:00-02:59: 22 öre
03:00-03:59: 25 öre
04:00-04:59: 27 öre
05:00-05:59: 38 öre
06:00-06:59: 28 öre
07:00-07:59: 32 öre
08:00-08:59: 34 öre
09:00-09:59: 35 öre
10:00-10:59: 35 öre
11:00-11:59: 34 öre
12:00-12:59: 35 öre
13:00-13:59: 33 öre
14:00-14:59: 33 öre
15:00-15:59: 34 öre
16:00-16:59: 34 öre
17:00-17:59: 34 öre
18:00-18:59: 35 öre
19:00-19:59: 36 öre
20:00-20:59: 35 öre
21:00-21:59: 34 öre
22:00-22:59: 33 öre
23:00-23:59: 32 öre

Electricity Prices in Sweden on July 9, 2024

Tomorrow, on July 9, 2024, electricity prices are expected to be slightly higher than today, especially during the afternoon and evening.

Electricity Prices Hour by Hour Tomorrow

00:00-00:59: 31 öre
01:00-01:59: 30 öre
02:00-02:59: 30 öre
03:00-03:59: 29 öre
04:00-04:59: 29 öre
05:00-05:59: 31 öre
06:00-06:59: 35 öre
07:00-07:59: 37 öre
08:00-08:59: 38 öre
09:00-09:59: 38 öre
10:00-10:59: 36 öre
11:00-11:59: 35 öre
12:00-12:59: 33 öre
13:00-13:59: 29 öre
14:00-14:59: 30 öre
15:00-15:59: 34 öre
16:00-16:59: 37 öre
17:00-17:59: 52 öre
18:00-18:59: 59 öre
19:00-19:59: 63 öre
20:00-20:59: 63 öre
21:00-21:59: 58 öre
22:00-22:59: 36 öre
23:00-23:59: 34 öre

Tips for Saving Money on Electricity

To save money on electricity, it can be wise to plan energy-intensive activities during the cheaper hours of the day. Here are some tips:

Cheapest Hour Today

During the cheapest hour today, between 01:00-01:59, you can actually get paid to use electricity! Here are some examples:

- Shower: -90 öre (4 kWh)
- Bath: -135 öre (6 kWh)
- Dishwasher: -33 öre (1 kWh)
- Charge electric car: -13.58 kr (60 kWh)
- Play games on computer: -11 öre (0.5 kWh)

Most Expensive Hour Today

During the most expensive hour today, between 05:00-05:59, the cost for certain activities can be significantly higher:

- Shower: 1 kr (4 kWh)
- Bath: 4 kr (6 kWh)
- Dishwasher: 1 kr (1 kWh)
- Charge electric car: 38 kr (60 kWh)
- Play games on computer: 31 öre (0.5 kWh)

Interesting Facts About Electricity Prices

If we had the lowest electricity price throughout the year, it would have cost -4,074 kr to heat a medium-sized house of 160 sqm, with an annual consumption of 18,000 kWh. At the highest price, the cost would instead be 11,358 kr.

Role of Electricity Companies

Electricity companies play a crucial role in balancing the demand and supply of electricity. During periods of low demand, electricity prices can drop significantly, which can result in consumers actually being paid to use electricity. This is an effect of an abundance of electricity production combined with low demand.

To optimize your electricity consumption and save money, keep an eye on electricity prices and plan your energy-intensive activities during the cheaper hours of the day.

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