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Electricity products

Fixed price

For companies that want to plan and forecast their long-term costs

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Market price

Potential savings for flexible customers – consume more when the power exchange price is lower and cut consumption when the price goes up.

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What is a Fixed Price?

A fixed price per kWh is set for a particular period. The fixed price set forth in the agreement depends on the company’s consumption structure, chosen period and current futures prices at the power exchange when the agreement is signed.

Why Fixed Price?

  • The price is not affected by seasons or other wholesale market factors
  • Easy to plan long-term company costs
  • The agreement can be signed for two or more years
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NORD POOL SPOT AND FIXED PRICE GRAPHS

The graph shows 2018 Nord Pool Spot prices for Latvia and Enefit’s Fixed Price

NORD POOL SPOT PRICE GRAPH

The graph shows the 2018 Nord Pool Spot price for Latvia

What is a Market Price?

Buying electricity at a current price in the power exchange. Electricity is bought at the Nord Pool power exchange where prices change hourly. Live power exchange data are available at the Nord Pool Spot website.

Why Market Price?

  • In the long term, the Market Price is preferable to the Fixed Price
  • By adapting your consumption to power exchange prices, you can cut your energy costs
  • No penalty for early termination of the agreement
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Green energy


Green energy is generated using 100% renewable energy resources. Caring about the environment, reducing your impact and improving your reputation. More information is available from Enefit customer managers.

Customers want green products

By using environmentally friendly energy and marking their products appropriately, manufacturers can achieve a higher market potential in those countries where consumers pay attention to the impact of the product production process on the environment, e.g. in Scandinavia, Western Europe and Japan.

Corporate policy to reduce CO2 emissions

In their sustainable development strategies, most large international companies have developed CO2 emission reduction plans, which include transition from fossil energy to renewable resources as a priority issue.

Conditions of international certification

There are many certificates, such as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and Nordic Ecolabel (Swan), that demonstrate that the company, its sites or products offer a certain group of benefits. One condition for obtaining such a certificate is the use of energy from renewable resources in a company’s main business business.

EU conditions, tax benefits

To receive financing from EU structural funds, property developers, for example in Estonia, must minimise CO2 emissions during construction. One of the ways to lower emissions is to use energy from renewable resources.



Connection to Enefit is quick and easy


Electricity is like fuel for your car. You can choose where you fill up.


1. Apply before the 15th of the month

2. Fill in and sign the agreement electronically

3. Start receiving Enefit power from the 1st day of the following month




Enefit partners

To buy Enefit power, companies should have a system service agreement with a distribution network operator. The largest operator in Latvia is AS Sadales Tīkls, which serves 99% of Latvian consumers.

Cooperation with AS Sadales Tīkls