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Sweden’s wind power production expected to double by 2022

Tuesday, 20 August 2019

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Energimyndigheten’s Short term prognosis outlines Sweden’s energy supply for the period 2018-2022.

The total net electricity production is expected to increase from 158.5 TWh to 170.6 TWh, while total energy supply is expected to decrease from 605 TWh to 582 TWh. The overall fall in energy supply is mainly due to the retirement of nuclear units Ringhals 1 (decommissioning in 2020) and Ringhals 2 (2019), which is expected to result in a decrease of 16 to 50 TWh ...

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