No one can have missed the electricity crisis in Sweden right now. Electricity prices are higher than ever, and it has now gone so far that the Government wants Svenska Kraftnät to use SEK 30 billion to compensate Swedish households for the high electricity prices, something that News24 have written about here.
Out in the country, many Swedes are now considering freezing their houses, something that is not completely risk-free.
When the electricity bills dim into the letterbox, many households will probably be met with a shock. For example, if you live in a villa in the most expensive electricity area 4, which consists of western Götaland, you may receive a bill of over SEK 16,000 for the winter months of December, January and February.
Charlotte Perrelli and her husband Anders Jensen’s enormous fortune
Some who have already received a minor shock from their electricity bill are the artist Charlotte Perrelli47, and the husband Anders Jensen45.
This despite the fact that they are quite well off financially. Charlotte is active in two different companies that have total assets of over SEK 24 million. In addition to that, Charlotte collects a monthly salary of SEK 184,000.
Nor is Charlotte’s husband Anders Jensen in any trouble. He is CEO of Ryds car glass, and is worth over SEK 100 million – something that Then24 wrote more about here.
The couple lives well, and their matchless villa in Djursholm is valued at almost SEK 50 million. In addition to that, the couple has a spectacular house in Marbella which they are now going to sell and a house in the ski resort of Åre.
Anders Jensen shows the electricity bill: “Not going in the right direction”
But despite fame and money, Charlotte and Anders also get electricity bills. And the electricity bill that Anders Jensen showed on his Instagram story was no joke.
The Instagram account Kändisar Komenterar was the first to draw attention to Anders’ pictures where he showed the electricity bill which landed at a mind-boggling 144,909 kroner.
“Sweden’s energy policy has really not gone in the right direction in recent years. 145 thousand in electricity bill???”, writes Anders Jensen and shows a specification on the bill.