According to Swedish law, you have to invoice the Swedish public sector electronically. So when you invoice us, you have to do it through e-invoices.
Since 1 April 2019, you must invoice Vinnova (and other public sector organisations) electronically. If your agreement with Vinnova started before this date, the option you agreed on then is still valid.
We cannot handle invoices sent to us in pdf format by email.
More on mandatory e-invoicing for the public sector (digg.se in Swedish)
How to send us e-invoices
If your company's billing system supports e-invoicing, we recommend using Peppol.
E-invoicing through Peppol
We are connected to the Peppol network and prefer if you send us e-invoices via Peppol BIS Billing 3.
Our Peppol address is 0007: 2021005216.
More about Peppol BIS Billing 3 (sfti.se) - in Swedish
Send a "Svefaktura"
If you're not yet registered for Peppol, you can send e-invoices via Svefaktura 1.0.
Part Identity: 2021005216 (our organisation number)
Van supplier: Opus Capita
The Invoice portal
If your company's billing system doesn't support e-invoices, please use the Invoice Portal. The Invoice Portal is a free web service for registering invoices with no software installation required.
The Invoice Portal (fakturaportalen.se)
What to include on the invoice
You have to include certain information om the invoice.
Vinnova's invoicing address
Our invoicing address is:
838 73 Frösön
Please send other mail, such as delivery notes (that were not sent with the invoice), reminders and advertisements, to our regular address:
101 58 Stockholm
Reference on the invoice
Please always state a reference number on the invoice. It should either be:
- an order number (40xxxxx)
- an order ID (always four digits, for example 1337)
We should have given you this reference number when we ordered the goods or services.
If you receive an order where the customer claims to be Vinnova, but cannot provide an order number or order ID, you should not process the order.
Other invoice information to include
The following information must always be included on the invoice:
- Invoice number
- Invoice date
- Last payment date or payment conditions
- Clear description of what the invoice is about
- Invoice amount
- Tax amount
- VAT number
- Plusgiro number, bankgiro number or bank account including clearance number
- Information on f-tax certificate
We apply a 30-day payment period, which is regulated in §2a of the Interest Act (1975:635). We don't accept handling costs or other charges related to invoicing. But we do accept interest on late payments, according to the Interest Act.
If you have any questions regarding invoicing, please contact one of us.
Head of department, Financial manager