Richard Andersson

Richard Andersson - Tue, 9 Jul 2024 - 11:01

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Today's and Tomorrow's Electricity Prices in Sweden

Electricity prices continue to vary significantly throughout the day, affecting both households and businesses. Here is a summary of today's and tomorrow's electricity prices, along with some tips to optimize your energy consumption.

Electricity Prices Today, 2024-07-09

During the early morning hours, electricity prices are relatively low. Between 00:00 and 05:59, prices range between 29 and 31 öre per kWh. Prices increase slightly during the day and reach their peak between 19:00 and 21:59, with a high of 63 öre per kWh.

Here are some specific time slots and their electricity prices:

  • 00:00-00:59: 31 öre
  • 06:00-06:59: 35 öre
  • 17:00-17:59: 52 öre
  • 20:00-20:59: 63 öre
  • 23:00-23:59: 34 öre

Electricity Prices Tomorrow, 2024-07-10

Tomorrow's electricity prices follow a similar pattern to today, but with slightly lower prices during the early morning hours. Prices range between 27 and 33 öre per kWh until 15:00, when they begin to rise and peak between 20:00 and 21:59, reaching 62 öre per kWh.

Here are some specific time slots and their electricity prices:

  • 00:00-00:59: 33 öre
  • 06:00-06:59: 36 öre
  • 17:00-17:59: 45 öre
  • 20:00-20:59: 62 öre
  • 23:00-23:59: 29 öre
Tips to Optimize Your Energy Consumption

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

  • Showering: During the cheapest hour today, a shower consuming 4 kWh of energy costs only 88 öre. During the most expensive hour, the same shower costs 2.38 kronor.
  • Bathing: A bath consuming 6 kWh of energy costs 1.33 kronor during the cheapest hour and 3.80 kronor during the most expensive hour.
  • Dishwasher: Washing dishes with the dishwasher consuming 1 kWh of energy costs 33 öre during the cheapest hour and 95 öre during the most expensive hour.
  • Charging an Electric Car: Charging an electric car requiring 60 kWh of energy costs 13.31 kronor during the cheapest hour and 38.02 kronor during the most expensive hour.
  • Playing Games: Playing games on a computer consuming 0.5 kWh of energy costs 11 öre during the cheapest hour and 31 öre during the most expensive hour.
Interesting Facts About Electricity Prices

If we had the lowest electricity price throughout the year, it would cost 3,995 kronor to heat a medium-sized house of 160 sqm, with an annual consumption of 18,000 kWh. However, if we had the highest electricity price throughout the year, the cost would be 11,408 kronor for the same house and consumption.

It is clear that electricity prices vary significantly throughout the day, and there is a lot of money to be saved by planning your energy consumption. Keep an eye out for the cheapest hours and adjust your energy-intensive activities accordingly to maximize your savings.

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