In the first week of 2020, Sweden produced more than a terawatt-hour of energy within a week for the first time, according to industry interest organisation Swedenergy.
The reason is a windy week, especially in the northern parts of Sweden, combined with an increased installation of wind power. The amount is a Nordic record, which beats the old one from December last year.
Sweden exports around 15 % of its electricity production, mostly to neighbours Norway and Finland. The biggest sources of electricity in Sweden last year was hydropower and nuclear power, with wind power standing for just over 10 % of the electricity production in Sweden.
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Sources: Ny teknik, Swedenergy