On the 5th of December it was decided by the government that the subsidy on energy storage utilized for self-produced electricity was extended.

The subsidy has now been extended in Sweden to 31/12 2020.

You can get up to 60% subsidy up to 50 000 SEK.

You can, as a private person, apply for subsidy to install the system for storing self-produced electricity at home.

The person who wants to store their self-produced electricity can apply for financial support.

To be able to receive the subsidy, the energy storage system that you have must be connected to a facility for self-production of renewable electricity.

 

Click here to read & find the full regulations