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Expert authority warned that electricity subsidies could go to companies

today at 06.18 Johanna Sundbeck

The electricity subsidy, of over SEK 17 billion, which was supposed to go to consumers, also ended up with a lot of companies and farmers.

This is in cases where individual companies have shared electricity contracts between households and businesses.

The government’s own expert authority, the Accounting Board, warned in December that the electricity subsidy for households could end up with entrepreneurs, reports Ekot.

The accounting board then raised it once more in a referral to the government.

– It is unfortunate that there is uncertainty about this. I don’t have insight into the process at the government office, but I can state that we highlighted this issue, says Stefan Pärlhem, head of office at the Accounting Board to Ekot.

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