Thursday, May 19

Electricity in the south is over ten times more expensive than in northern Norway

The price differences for electricity are large around the country.

The price differences for electricity in Norway set new records.

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Electricity prices in Central and Northern Norway on Monday are 0.13 øre per kilowatt hour.

At the same time, the electricity price in the southern parts of the country is NOK 1.36 per kilowatt hour.

Thus, the price in southern Norway is more than ten times higher than in the northern parts of the country.

This is the spot price in the market, and does not include fees, grid rent and surcharges from the electricity companies. If you include this, electricity customers in the south must settle for an electricity price of NOK 2.17 on Monday.

Reference-www.aftenposten.no

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