Today's electricity prices in Sweden

Sweden's electricity prices by hour and bidding area.

The prices shown on Statsskuld.se/elpris are the average spot price per electricity price area on the Nordpool electricity exchange. All prices are presented without electricity tax, VAT, any surcharges, fees for electricity certificates or electricity network costs. The price is based on the current exchange rate taken from the Riksbank, rounding errors may occur. Prices are updated every day at 13:00.

Electricity price

24.57 öre/kWh
24.57 öre/kWh
Where does the information come from?

We collect hourly prices for electricity in Sweden's different areas directly from the Nordpool electricity exchange. These prices, which are originally quoted in Euro, are converted into Swedish kronor using the current exchange rate from the Riksbank. It is important to note that the prices quoted do not include additional costs such as electricity certificates, surcharges, energy tax, VAT or fees for the electricity network.

What does what cost right now, on average
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Shower

The cost of a shower is calculated based on the energy required to heat 100 litres of water ~4kWh.

0.98 kr
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Bath

A bathtub holds about 150 litres of water, and ~6 kWh of energy is needed to heat the water.

1.47 kr
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Dishwasher

A dishwasher and washing machine consume approximately ~1.5kWh of energy per wash.

0.37 kr
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Charge electric car

An electric car has a battery of about 40-100kWh, our calculation is based on charging 60kWh.

14.74 kr
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Gaming

A powerful gaming computer including screen consumes about 0.3-0.5kWh per hour played.

0.12 kr
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Heating

Heating a well-insulated house of 150 m² requires about 18000kWh per year (120kWh/sqm).

4 423.30 kr

The cost of electricity in a household can vary considerably and is affected by several decisive factors. These include the types of household appliances used and their energy efficiency, your personal usage pattern, the size of your home and current electricity prices, which vary according to your geographic location and time.

In most Swedish households, the average electricity price for the current month is charged. If you have an hourly pricing system, it can be beneficial to optimize your electricity consumption by time of day. The electricity price can vary significantly from hour to hour and can affect your electricity costs in the long term. Being aware of these factors can help you manage and reduce your electricity costs effectively.

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Richard Andersson - Mon, 15 Jul 2024 - 13:02

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Today's Electricity Prices in Sweden

Electricity prices in Sweden vary greatly throughout the day today, on the 15th of July 2024. During the night, prices are relatively low with an average cost of around 15 öre per kWh between 00:00 and 03:00.

Hourly Electricity Prices Today

Here is an overview of electricity prices per hour today:

  • 00:00-00:59: 15 öre
  • 01:00-01:59: 16 öre
  • 02:00-02:59: 15 öre
  • 03:00-03:59: 16 öre
  • 04:00-04:59: 20 öre
  • 05:00-05:59: 22 öre
  • 06:00-06:59: 29 öre
  • 07:00-07:59: 31 öre
  • 08:00-08:59: 32 öre
  • 09:00-09:59: 31 öre
  • 10:00-10:59: 30 öre
  • 11:00-11:59: 23 öre
  • 12:00-12:59: 18 öre
  • 13:00-13:59: 12 öre
  • 14:00-14:59: 21 öre
  • 15:00-15:59: 24 öre
  • 16:00-16:59: 31 öre
  • 17:00-17:59: 33 öre
  • 18:00-18:59: 34 öre
  • 19:00-19:59: 83 öre
  • 20:00-20:59: 88 öre
  • 21:00-21:59: 65 öre
  • 22:00-22:59: 50 öre
  • 23:00-23:59: 45 öre

Free Electricity during the Cheapest Hour

During the cheapest hour of the day, between 13:00 and 13:59, electricity costs nothing. This means it is completely free to shower, bathe, charge your car, or play games during this hour.

Tomorrow's Electricity Prices in Sweden

Tomorrow, the 16th of July 2024, electricity prices are expected to be slightly higher than today. Prices start low during the night but gradually rise throughout the day.

Hourly Electricity Prices Tomorrow

Here is an overview of electricity prices per hour tomorrow:

  • 00:00-00:59: 39 öre
  • 01:00-01:59: 28 öre
  • 02:00-02:59: 28 öre
  • 03:00-03:59: 28 öre
  • 04:00-04:59: 29 öre
  • 05:00-05:59: 29 öre
  • 06:00-06:59: 31 öre
  • 07:00-07:59: 47 öre
  • 08:00-08:59: 32 öre
  • 09:00-09:59: 32 öre
  • 10:00-10:59: 29 öre
  • 11:00-11:59: 24 öre
  • 12:00-12:59: 18 öre
  • 13:00-13:59: 16 öre
  • 14:00-14:59: 19 öre
  • 15:00-15:59: 22 öre
  • 16:00-16:59: 27 öre
  • 17:00-17:59: 29 öre
  • 18:00-18:59: 42 öre
  • 19:00-19:59: 48 öre
  • 20:00-20:59: 58 öre
  • 21:00-21:59: 55 öre
  • 22:00-22:59: 52 öre
  • 23:00-23:59: 44 öre

Interesting Facts about Electricity Prices

Did you know that if we had the lowest electricity price all year, it would cost -1329 SEK to heat a medium-sized house of 160 sqm? This is based on an annual consumption of 18,000 kWh of energy. On the other hand, if we had the highest electricity price all year, the cost to heat the same house would be 15,872 SEK.

Cost Comparisons for Various Activities

During the cheapest hour of the day today, between 13:00 and 13:59, it costs:

  • Showering: -29 öre (4 kWh)
  • Bathing: -44 öre (6 kWh)
  • Dishwashing with a dishwasher: -11 öre (1 kWh)
  • Charging the car: -443 öre (60 kWh)
  • Playing games on a computer: -3 öre (0.5 kWh)

During the most expensive hour of the day today, between 20:00 and 20:59, it costs:

  • Showering: 117 öre (4 kWh)
  • Bathing: 529 öre (6 kWh)
  • Dishwashing with a dishwasher: 132 öre (1 kWh)
  • Charging the car: 5290 öre (60 kWh)
  • Playing games on a computer: 44 öre (0.5 kWh)

Keep an eye on electricity prices and plan your energy-intensive activities accordingly to save money!

The electricity price in Sweden tisdag 16 Augusti
Time Today (öre/kWh) Tomorrow (öre/kWh) Direction
00:00 -> 00:59 39.14 Updates at 13:00
01:00 -> 01:59 28.30 Updates at 13:00
02:00 -> 02:59 28.18 Updates at 13:00
03:00 -> 03:59 28.34 Updates at 13:00
04:00 -> 04:59 28.64 Updates at 13:00
05:00 -> 05:59 29.57 Updates at 13:00
06:00 -> 06:59 31.50 Updates at 13:00
07:00 -> 07:59 47.41 Updates at 13:00
08:00 -> 08:59 32.32 Updates at 13:00
09:00 -> 09:59 32.33 Updates at 13:00
10:00 -> 10:59 29.12 Updates at 13:00
11:00 -> 11:59 24.57 Updates at 13:00
12:00 -> 12:59 18.31 Updates at 13:00
13:00 -> 13:59 15.71 Updates at 13:00
14:00 -> 14:59 19.29 Updates at 13:00
15:00 -> 15:59 22.09 Updates at 13:00
16:00 -> 16:59 27.53 Updates at 13:00
17:00 -> 17:59 29.52 Updates at 13:00
18:00 -> 18:59 42.32 Updates at 13:00
19:00 -> 19:59 47.74 Updates at 13:00
20:00 -> 20:59 58.03 Updates at 13:00
21:00 -> 21:59 55.00 Updates at 13:00
22:00 -> 22:59 51.76 Updates at 13:00
23:00 -> 23:59 44.59 Updates at 13:00
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