We prefer to receive our invoices electronically, but you can also us send paper invoices. You can’t send us invoices by email.
Please invoice us with an e-invoice in the Svefaktura format. Electronic invoices are faster for us to handle, and we also save both the environment and costs.
You can't send invoices by email. Invoices in the form of pdf files or emails are not considered an e-invoice and, therefore, we can't accept them.
More information about Svefaktura (in Swedish)
If you don't have support for e-invoicing in your company's invoicing system, you can use the invoice portal, Fakturaportalen. The invoice portal is a web service for the registration of invoices at all government agencies. No software installation is required.
We accept paper invoices to our invoicing address. Please enclose any appendices and specifications.
838 73 FRÖSÖN
Other post such as delivery slips that are not sent in connection with the invoice, reminders and advertisements should be sent to our ordinary address:
101 58 STOCKHOLM
Reference on the invoice
When we order goods or services, we must provide an invoicing address and an invoicing reference. The reference is normally an order number (40xxxxx).
If the order number does not exist, a Client ID must be provided (always 4 digits, for example 1059). If you receive an order where the client claims to be Vinnova, but can't provide an order number or a client ID, you shouldn't accept the order.
Invoice information and terms of payment
This information should always be included in the invoice:
- Invoice number
- Invoice date
- Due date or terms of payment
- Clear specification of what the invoice pertains to
- Invoice amount
- VAT amount
- Organisation number or VAT number
- Plusgiro, Bank Giro number of bank account including clearing number
- Information on possession of a corporate tax certificate
We apply a 30-day payment period that is regulated in Section 2a of the Interest Act (1975:635).
We don't accept processing fees or other fees linked to the invoicing, but we do accept interest on delayed payments according to the Interest Act.