As of April 1, 2019, it is law that the public sector should be invoiced in electronic format (e-invoice). If you have an agreement with Vinnova that was concluded before this date, the standard agreed upon applies.
We are connected to the Peppol network and we primarily want you to send e-invoices via Peppol according to the standard Peppol Bis 5A 2.0.
Vår Peppol-adress is 0007: 2021005216
If you are not yet registered for Peppol, you can send an e-invoice according to the standard Svefaktura 1.0.
Part identity is our corporate identity number: 2021005216
Van supplier: Opus Capita
We do not accept invoices in PDF format that are sent by e-mail.
More about mandatory e-invoicing to the public sector (digg.se)
More about Peppol and Svefaktura (sfti.se)
If you don't have support for e-invoicing in your company's invoicing system, you can use the the Invoice portal, Fakturaportalen. The invoice portal is a web service for the registration og invoices at all government agencies. No software installation is required.
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 regular address:
101 58 STOCKHOLM
Reference on the invoice
Reference on the invoice must always be specified, it should be either an order number (40xxxxx) or Beställar-ID (always four digits, eg 1337). In connection with the ordering of goods or services, Vinnova notifies which reference is relevant.
If you receive an order where the client claims to be Vinnova, but cannot state the order number or the order ID, you shouldn't accept the order.
Invoice information and payment terms
The following information must always be included on the invoice:
- Invoice number
- Invoice date
- Due date or terms of payment
- Clear specification of what the invoice refers to
- Invoice amount
- VAT amount
- Organisation number or VAT number
- Plusgiro, Bankgiro number or bank account including clearing number
- Information on possession of corporate tax certificate
We apply a 30-day payment period, which is regulated in Section 2a of the Interest Act (1975: 635). We do not accept shipping costs or other fees linked to invoicing, but interest on late payments according to the Interest Act.