Invoices to the Swedish Research Council

As from April 2019, all Swedish public sector purchases must by law be invoiced using an e-invoice.

E-invoicing via the PEPPOL network

We prefer that all electronic invoices are sent to us via the PEPPOL network.

Our electronic address in PEPPOL is 0007:2021005208.

E-invoicing in the Svefaktura format

The Swedish Research Council's information:

  • Service provider: OpusCapita
  • Party identity: 2021005208
  • Corporate identity number: 202100-5208

E-invoicing via Fakturaportalen

If a supplier is not able to send electronic invoices, they can use “Fakturaportalen” to register invoices manually.

Go to www.fakturaportalen.se External link. and sign up as a user. Once you have signed up, invoices can be registered and are then sent directly to us.

All invoices must contain an invoice reference

The reference consists of 4-5 letters. You will get the reference from your contactperson at the Swedish Research Council. If there is no reference, the invoice will be returned to the sender.

Please note: It is important that only the reference is shown in the reference field.

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Inovice adress

Vetenskapsrådet
ecit2021005208
Box 7016
831 07 Östersund

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