• A snow melting facility has been established at Pottemakerbakken

District heating products and prices

Information on the various alternatives:

E-mail invoice

  • Invoices will be sent by e-mail.
  • Payment will take place in the same manner as an ordinary giro.
  • The e-mail will contain all necessary information, as well as the entire invoice as an attachment.
  • This can be combined with an SMS invoice and/or direct debit agreement.

Order invoices by e-mail by sending an e-mail to gudber@vardar.no. Include: Your name and customer number, and the e-mail address where you would like to receive the invoice.


  • E-invoices will be sent to your online banking service.
  • Payment will take place when you log in and approve the invoice.
  • The e-invoice contains all information, and you can look at it in its entirety in attachments.
  • You will not have to enter the CID number.
  • This can be combined with a direct debit agreement.

You can order e-invoices through your online banking service.
When you enter into an e-invoice agreement, you will receive notice by e-mail when a new e-invoice is available in your online banking service. You must approve the invoice yourself through the online banking service in order for the invoice to be debited. If you have a direct debit agreement, this takes place automatically.

Invoice fee for paper invoices
For everyone who wants to receive a paper invoice, a fee of NOK 39 will be charged for producing and sending the invoice.

Feel free to contact Gudbrand Bergsund at phone number: +47 90 55 65 38 or e-mail: gudber@vardar.no if you would like more information.