Posts Tagged ‘prices’

Europe Power-Prompt prices fall on weather but remaining winter prices rise

European OTC day-ahead power sagged on Thursday on predictions for warmer weather and more wind supply near term, but most positions further ahead posted gains. * “There are a few question marks over medium-term demand and that's why the prices for coming weeks and the remaining winter months are up, just in case,” one trader […]

Europe Power-Day-ahead prices slip on wind power, low demand forecast

European spot power prices for day-ahead delivery dipped on Thursday, pressured by forecasts for increased wind power generation and an expected fall in demand ahead of the weekend. * The German baseload electricity contract for Friday delivery tumbled nearly 30 percent, or 10 euros to 23.50 euros a megawatt-hour . View full post on Wind […]

Weak sterling drives down gas prices

Gas prices in July were 18% lower than their yearly average and 41% cheaper than they were last winter, according to the latest Vayu Energy Report. Looking ahead, Vayu says gas prices for this winter are at one of the lowest points seen this year, with wholesale gas prices for October 2017 to March 2018 […]

Europe Power-Spot prices down as wind, nuclear supply picks up

European prompt power prices fell on Thursday as Germany was expected to see wind power production surge on Friday while French nuclear reactors returned from outages, boosting supply at a time of weakening pre-weekend demand. * The German baseload contract for Friday delivery was down 8.2 percent at 37.4 euros a megawatt hour . View […]

UK Power Down 21% in December Natural Gas Prices Resilient as BBL Contracts Expire

UK day-ahead wholesale electricity prices fell 21% on average last month but remain 41% up year-on-year, S&P Global Platts data show. UK natural gas prices proved more resilient, down just 3% month-on-month to end-December and still 36% higher year-on-year. View full post on Wind Power News

China to Cut Solar, Wind Power Prices as Project Costs Fall

China is reducing the amount of money it pays to newly completed solar and wind power generators for their electricity, in order to reflect declines in construction costs, the country's price regulator and economic planner said Monday. The nation will cut tariffs paid to solar farms by as much as 19 percent in 2017 from […]

Hazelwood’s power station closure would have limited impact on energy prices

The ongoing uncertainty over the future of the Hazelwood power station in Victoria's Latrobe Valley has raised the prospect that the ageing generator will be shut down in the near future. The power station has a nameplate capacity of 1.6 gigawatts , which represents 22 per cent of the coal-fired generation capacity in Victoria, and […]

Electricity prices in Lithuania down due to cheap Swedish power

Considerable increase in the output of wind energy in Sweden and the Baltic states, average electicity prices in the Lithuanian bidding zone of the power market has dropped by 9% to 3.28 euros per megawatt-hour over the past week and by a third over the past year, writes LETA/BNS…. Read more… View full post on […]

After Brexit Blow, Wind Parks at Sea Undermine Carbon Prices

In shallow waters off the Dutch coast, you'll soon see why the world's biggest carbon market is struggling with slumping prices. Dong Energy A/S plans to build two offshore wind parks there supplying as many as one million homes. View full post on Wind Power News

Origin, AGL to win from high energy prices, says Moody’s

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