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Gas, Electricity, Water in Stockholm

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Gas, Electricity

The national electricity and natural gas provider in Sweden is Svenska Kraftnät:

The voltage in Sweden is 230 V (50 Hz). Continental Europe has different sockets from the rest of the world so you may need a converter and/or adapter for your electrical appliances.


Stockholm’s water supply is owned by the state and is managed by the municipalities. The cost of drinking water in Stockholm is on average less than half the price of most other European cities.

Update 15/05/2008


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