Estonian Eesti Energia to sell electricity to SwedenStaff Writer | April 17, 2018
Eesti Energia will be selling electricity to Swedish households and businesses under the brand name Enefit.
Energy Sweden is now the sixth market
In the words of Hando Sutter, Chairman of the Management Board of Eesti Energia, the common Nordic and Baltic energy market provides an opportunity to also be present in Sweden, where people are among of the most busiest in Europe when it comes to switching electricity sellers.
Also, the interest of Swedish electricity customers towards new service providers is high, and they are ready to try new and more innovative services
Enefit’s offer in Sweden is concentrated on digital solutions, such as user-friendly digital sales process and a mobile application.
In addition to digital services, Enefit will focus on easy access and an outstanding customer experience. Enefit focuses on making it easier for customers to choose the right electricity contract based on their specific needs.
Companies have the option of managing their own electricity deals, or they can let Enefit manage their entire purchase strategy.
On the consumer side, Enefit focuses on Swedish families. Customers are free to choose the contract that best suits them, and they can conveniently sign all of the contracts using their mobile phone.
Enefit offers simple and flexible electricity contracts and different solutions specially tailored for families.
In addition to simple choices, Enefit offers a payment method that enables monthly electricity costs to be equalised over the year, which helps keep costs under even greater control. This solution can be combined with all of Enefit’s packages – Fixed, Family and Exchange.
Entering the Swedish electricity market is a part of Eesti Energia’s strategic goal of growing from a Baltic electricity seller to an energy seller and service provider covering the whole Baltic Sea region.
In addition to Estonia, Eesti Energia is currently operating as an electricity and gas seller in Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, and recently started selling electricity in Finland.
Eesti Energia is an energy group, which consists of more than 20 companies and provides jobs for more than 5800 people. ■