Here is a short guide that describes how to set your electricity prices in the setup menu.
1. Net price – Supplier
The easiest way to fill in your net price is to choose your net provider from the list that you find under the settings ("my electricity prices"). Then you do not have to enter the net prices manually. If you are not sure which net provider you have, you will find it on your invoice. We provided you with an example of how the invoice could look like above.
2. Net price – Fuse & prices
On the invoice you will also find what measurement assurance you have. The reason you need to enter this is that the net price depends on which fuse you have. If you cannot find this on your invoice, call your electricity company and ask. On the invoice you will also see your annual fee and electricity transfer fee. Keep in mind, it may vary if the VAT is included or not.
Sweden is divided into four electricity areas since November 1st, 2011. Your electricity prices are affected by the area you live in. We usually choose the electrical area automatically for you when selecting your local supplier but you can also enter it manually. If you want to do so you will find a good guide here.
4. Electricity Contract - Agreement Type
If you are not sure about the type of electricity deal you have signed up just look for it on your invoice that comes from your retailer. In the example above, the customer has a mobile electricity deal.
5. Electricity Contract – Entry
On the invoice you will also find the prices. Usually it's a yearly fee, which in the example above is 240 kr / year and one price per kWh. If you have a fixed electricity contract, this price is always the same and usually be around 50 öre / kWh. However, if you have a flexible agreement, the price will vary. Normally, the electricity trading company indicates which charge per kWh they have at their purchase price, usually between 0-10 öre / kWh, and that is what you should enter in the "moving order" box in the settings. In the example above, however, it is really special. Here, the electricity company has chosen not to report what charge they have, but they have reported your total price. This means that you either have to compare your price with the electricity company's purchase price (spot price) in order to identify what charge they have or call the electricity trading company and ask. You can of course enter an approximate amount and it will usually be around 5 öre / kWh.