Svenska kraftnät

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Svenska kraftnät
State owned
Founded1992 (1992)
Area served
Key people
Ulla Sandborgh (director-general)
ServicesElectric power transmission
OwnerGovernment of Sweden
Number of employees

Svenska kraftnät is an electricity transmission system operator in Sweden.[1] It is a state-owned public utility, which was created in 1992 by splitting the former government agency Vattenfall into a power generation and distribution company Vattenfall AB and a transmission company Svenska kraftnät; the company has its headquarters in Sundbyberg, near Stockholm in Sweden.

Svenska kraftnät owns 28% of Nord Pool along with other Nordic and Baltic transmission system operators.

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  1. ^ "Lithuania-Sweden NordBalt link offline for few hours for unknown reason". The Baltic Course. 2016-11-02. Retrieved 2017-09-20.

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