Can I use solar energy with your company?

Sure! We are happy to advise you before you decide on the size of your solar power plant, and also to help you connect to the electricity network.

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Can I get a payment for delivery of solar energy to you?

Yes, depending on the size of your facility, we will pay a remuneration to you for the electricity you deliver to the network. It’s called network advantage (nätnytta).

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My solar energy production is higher than the remuneration paid. Why?

Many solar panel customers use an app which allows them to follow the production at their facility. The app shows the energy production before the household’s consumption has been subtracted. The production we pay for is shown in the energy statistics on My Pages. It’s the amount you have delivered to the electricity network during a year. That is the surplus electricity after your own consumption has been subtracted.

When we send statements to the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket) with our solar panel customers’ production and consumption of electricity, we report the production they have delivered to the electricity network.


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Can you consume and produce electricity during the same hour in a solar energy plant?

For customers with micro-production facilities, the electricity production that we report is reduced by their household consumption. We report the “surplus electricity” delivered to the network via the electricity meter.

As both consumption and production numbers are measured instantaneously, it can sometimes happen that the customer is both buying and selling electricity during one and the same hour. Your consumption, for example, may be higher than your production during the first 15 minutes of an hour. During the last 45 minutes of the same hour, your production may be high enough to cover both your own consumption and still deliver electricity to the network.


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