Our vision is to contribute to the global climate goals and secure electricity supply, by stimulating and meeting the demand for fossil-free electricity from nuclear power and contributing to research and development of future generations of nuclear power plants. NewClearEnergy is supported by representatives from the Swedish business and scientific research communities as well as representatives from the major political parties. As a NewClearEnergy customer, you are provided with 100 % nuclear generated electricity at a competitive price.
Today’s Swedish electricity system is a model with a mix of energy types with a base load power from water and nuclear power, which is a prerequisite for important and complementary weather-dependent energy types such as solar and wind power. Sweden is already 98% fossil-free, thanks in large part to nuclear power, which accounts for about 42% of total electricity generation. Nuclear power contributes strongly to pushing out the use of fossil-based energy. (Press arrow to read more).
Globally, carbon dioxide emissions continue to increase, while demand for electricity is expected to increase by 62% by 2040. In order to cope with the increased demand for electricity and at the same time reduce global warming, the UN climate panel IPCC believes that nuclear power needs to be expanded with between 90 and 190% dependent on scenario. As a customer of NewClearEnergy, you stimulate demand for origin-labeled Swedish nuclear power while contributing to Swedish cutting-edge research in nuclear power through NewClearEnergy’s collaboration with Leadcold Reactors. Leadcold Reactors is a spin off from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (KTH). For every kWh sold, SEK 1/100 (1 öre) goes to Leadcold Reactor’s promising research. In this way, we together contribute to the global climate goals and secure electricity supply in the short and long term.
Nuclear power research has taken great strides. Large traditional nuclear power plants will be replaced by smaller units, which can be built with greater predictability, with limited time and investment risk. But further research is needed before the technology becomes commercially viable. Part of the leading research and development takes place in Sweden. (Press arrow to read more).
NewClearEnergy collaborates with Leadcold Reactors www.leadcold.com Leadcold Reactors is a spin off from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. For every kWh of electricity sold, 1/100 SEK goes to Leadcold Reactors’s promising research. What makes Leadcold reactors so interesting is the possibility of standardized and industrialized production in combination with a small size that allows the unit to be transported to a relevant location. A Swedish invented and patented metal alloy creates the conditions for a lead-cooled reactor which has a number of advantages.
As a customer at NewClearEnergy, you always get 100% Swedish nuclear power where 1/100 SEK (1 öre) per kWh goes to Swedish nuclear research. In addition to support for nuclear power, it is important for us that our customers receive a competitive price. We achieve this by either supplying electricity on our own, or by distributing the electricity through a partner, whichever is most favourable to our customers.
The product is very simple and optimized in a flexible electricity contract, with electricity at purchase price that follows the movements in the electricity market. The electricity price is based on the market price on the electricity exchange every hour and includes all other variable costs such as electricity certificates and fees to authorities. On top of that, you only pay a low monthly fee based on your annual consumption. And of course, the support for the development of new Swedish nuclear power 1/100 SEK (1 öre) per kWh, excluding VAT.
Below you will find the total price, or the so-called comparative price, per kWh, based on a household with annual consumption of 5000 kWh. The price is based on the spot prices on the NordPool electricity exchange during February, including the monthly fee and all variable purchasing costs as well as the important provision for Swedish research and development to get new nuclear power in place in 2032.
For more information about our prices based on network area and consumption, click Compare prices. There we have also chosen to show what the total monthly cost will be, as well as the customer’s actual contribution to the research.
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Always nuclear-labeled Swedish nuclear power
No long binding period but only one month’s notice period
We will fix the entire exchange and contact your network owner and current supplier
SEK 1/100 (1 öre) per kWh goes to Swedish research and development to get new nuclear power in place in 2032