Svenska kraftnät is the authority responsible for ensuring that Sweden's transmission system for electricity is safe, environmentally sound and cost-effective – today and in the future.
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We are expanding the Swedish national grid to transport electricity from new wind power, alleviate limitations in the grid and to meet society's demands for a secure electricity supply.
We are planning the new power connection Hansa PowerBridge between Hurva station in Hörby municipality and Northern Germany. The strong link between Scandinavia and Germany supports a more climate-friendly European power generation while securing the electricity supply in Southern Sweden.
NordSyd – powerful reinforcements between electricity price areas 2 and 3.
The boundary between electricity price areas 2 and 3, what is known as intersection 2, will be renewed and reinforced over the next 20 or so years thanks to powerful investments.
We are planning a new overhead line between Ekhyddan in Oskarshamn municipality and Nybro in Nybro municipality. The new overhead line will contribute to creating a more reliable power grid, both on a regional and national level.
We are planning a new overhead line between Nybro in Nybro municipality and Hemsjö in Olofströms municipality. The new overhead will contribute to creating a more reliable power grid, both on a regional and national level.
We are planning a new line between Skogssäter in Trollhättan municipality and Stenkullen in Lerum municipality in order to ensure the electricity supply in Western Götaland
Our biggest investment ever that extends from Närke to Skåne. With the link in full operation, the capacity to transmit electricity from central to southern Sweden is expected to increase by up to 25 percent.
We plan to rebuild the world's oldest 400 kV line between Storfinnforsen and Midskog in order to receive electricity from new wind farms in the area.
With the new electricity connection between the stations Anneberg and Skanstull we are reinforcing the grid in the Stockholm region. It is part of the project Stockholm Ström designed to meet the region's growing electricity needs.
Via the national grid, electricity is transported from big power plants to all local and regional networks in Sweden. National grid lines are the highways of the electrical system.
The weather affects the production of hydro and wind turbines. It also has great significance for how much electricity is consumed. It is a challenge because there must be a balance in the electrical system even on cold and windless winter days.
In the control we control and monitor the country's electrical system around the clock and ensure that there is always a balance between production and consumption of electricity in Sweden. You will find general information about the current production and operation situation here.
Do you want to serve the society by working in the center of the electricity supply? And develop in a knowledge-intensive organization with committed colleagues? Then Svenska kraftnät is for you.
Want to become one of our 600 dedicated employees motivated by our socially important mission? Read more about our workplace here!
Here you will find information and tools for visitors using our site in their work. Technical guidelines for contractors and tools for electricity retailers, for example.
Connecting to the grid, balance responsibility Ediel and more.
Our guidelines for technique, security protection and environmental as for construction and maintenance.
Guidance to County Administrative Boards
Information on how electricity companies should protect their operations.
Svenska kraftnät and the Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate have been assigned by the Swedish Government to establish a so-called data hub that will encompass all metering data for the electricity market in Sweden.