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Here are the companies that get the most in electricity discount

2019-10-22T04:39:34.057Z

When it comes to electricity, Sweden is a low-tax country for industry. In total, the government gives SEK 15 billion in tax rebates. The 20 companies that receive the most support dominate the forest companies.



The figures are for 2017, with the 2017 euro exchange rate and are stated in intervals. The Swedish Tax Agency has submitted this information to the EU Commission's register of state aid granted, TAM.

Stora Enso, Pulp and paper
691 - 1, 200 billion SEK

SCA, Pulp and paper
SEK 499 - 912 million

Billerud / Korsnäs, Pulp and paper
SEK 595 - 624 million

Holmen, Pulp and paper
SEK 298 - 307 million

Boliden, Metal
At least SEK 288 million *

LKAB, Metal
At least SEK 288 million

Southern Forest Owners, Forest
At least SEK 288 million

Metsä, Pulp and paper
SEK 115 - 336 million

Sandvik, Metal
SEK 106 - 307 million *

Smurfit Kappa, Paper
SEK 101 - 298 million

Borealis, Plast
SEK 96 - 288 million

Cementa, Cement
SEK 96 - 288 million

AGA Gas Aktiebolag, Industrial Gases
SEK 96 - 288 million

Iggesund, Pulp and paper
SEK 96 - 288 million

Autocompo Stainless, Metal
SEK 96 - 288 million *

SSAB, Ore Extraction
SEK 96 - 288 million *

Volvo Cars, Vehicles
SEK 96 - 288 million

Volvo Trucks, Vehicles
SEK 86 - 192 million

Nordic Paper, Paper
SEK 77 - 163 million

Akzo Nobel, Color
SEK 67 - 144 million

* In addition to these reductions, the steel industry also has a special exception for metallurgical processes where the tax is 0, which is not included in these amounts.

Source: svt

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