@kimahlberg It's available in English, Swedish, and thanks to a friend, Danish. 🏴🇩🇰🇸🇪
Now I need to figure out how to do Norwegian 🇳🇴 and Finnish 🇫🇮 to complete a full hand of crossed flags.
@odd Interesting! How much of the difference is sales tax though? I know consumers in both Sweden and Denmark pay 25% sales tax on top of the spot price (plus whatever fees from their electricity provider).
@kimahlberg For Norwegian I could maybe help, if a former B+ student, but amateur is interesting.
@odd Would you be willing to do that? I would definitely appreciate it.
There are roughly 50 sentences, mostly short ones. Can I send you the information and you can let me know if it's possible?
@kimahlberg It might be 25% here in Norway too, (the usual sales tax). My provider adds 1 øre to each kWh they buy from the power companies on Nordpool, then there’s a 49kr fee/mo that is what they earn per customer.
@kimahlberg There's a contact form on webpage (linked from my profile) if you want to send me your email address in a more private manner.
@kimahlberg Sure! Send it to oeauran(at)gmail.com. I’m calling it a night pretty soon, but I can have a look at it tomorrow.
@odd Will do, thanks! 🙌 It might take me a few days to prep to make it easy for you to get an overview.
@odd There must be something more because the difference is still 36 øre, unless the two apps are using wildly different Euro conversion rates. (328 + 1) x 1.25 = 411 øre
@kimahlberg There is another cost: purchasing expenses:
Dette betaler du for: ⚡️ Spotpris fra Nord Pool + maks 1 øre/kWt til å dekke elsertifikat og kostnad for å dekke innkjøp av strøm ⚡️ 39 kr måneden i abonnement som gir deg tilgang til både analyser og Power-ups
In the text it looks like Spot price + 1 øre is it, but at the bottom of the page it explains what “kostnad for å dekke innkjøp av strøm” (expenses to cover the purchase of electricity), means, and it’s not included in that 1 øre.
@odd interesting that they don’t give a number for it. The phrasing certainly implies it is included in the 1 øre.
@odd The difference might be an additional electricity tax on top of the sales tax. It looks like there was a 32 øre/kWh tax in 2020, so if that tax has increased since then it might make up the full 36 øre discrepancy. www.statista.com/topics/92...