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TELL US: What are your tips for saving on energy in Norway?

Frazer Norwell
Frazer Norwell - [email protected] • 19 Oct, 2022 Updated Wed 19 Oct 2022 09:37 CEST
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Tell us your best tips for saving money on energy bills in Norway. Pictured is a energy meter.Photo by Arthur Lambillotte on Unsplash

Norwegian homes are set to see energy costs go up this winter. We want to know your tips and plans for limiting the price of bills.


Energy prices in southern Norway have soared due to low hydroelectric reservoir filling levels, the war in Ukraine, and high gas prices. 


Many households in the country are bracing themselves for a tough winter, despite the government's subsidised bill scheme.

High energy bills have consumers in Norway most worried, according to a survey by Sparebank 1. Norwegian newswire NTB reports that 54 percent of those who responded to the survey are concerned by high electricity prices.

Analysts in Norway have warned that prices in southern Norway could rise as high as 20 kroner per kWh.

We want to know you what your plans are for tackling the energy crisis this winter – if any – and what tips you have.

Have a look at the form below and lets us know, and we’ll share the best advice in a future article.




Frazer Norwell 2022/10/19 09:37

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