Svenska Kraftnät

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Svenska Kraftnät
State owned
Industry Electricity
Founded 1992 (1992)
Headquarters Sundbyberg, Sweden
Area served
Key people
Mikael Odenberg (CEO)
Services Electric power transmission
Natural gas transmission
Owner Government of Sweden
Number of employees

Svenska Kraftnät is an electricity and natural gas transmission system operator in Sweden. It is a state-owned public utility, which was created in 1992 by splitting the former government agency Vattenfall into a power generation company (Vattenfall AB) and a transmission company. The company has its headquarters in Sundbyberg, near Stockholm in Sweden.

Svenska Kraftnät owns 20% of Nord Pool Spot along with other Nordic transmission system operators.

Svenska Kraftnät is the issuer of the national Guarantees of Origin mandated by the government.

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