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European Power Markets Experiences Drastic Highs and Lows

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Sales & Account Manager Volue Insight

Responsible for SEE areas. Supplying forecasts and fundamental market data insights.

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Our Senior Analyst Dr. Anamaria Toebe from Volue Insight has been looking at the spot deliveries across Europe for the past one-and-a-half weeks. The market has seen prices fluctuating from close to 0 €/MWh on the 7th of November up to 323 €/MWh for today (17th of November) in South East Europe. High gas and record carbon are keeping power prices on the bullish side, but weather, especially wind, can make a difference in terms of prices volatility and coupling/decoupling between neighbouring areas. The beginning of this week experienced the nearly perfect convergence around the continental European areas.


Further analysis on this topic will be shown in Volue Insights Webinar on November 25th. 

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