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New records have been set for day-ahead power prices, energy market analyst EnAppSys has highlighted.
Britain's energy price cap will increase from 1 October 2021 for the 15 million customers it protects.
As lockdowns eased across Europe and electricity demand returned to pre-COVID levels, carbon allowance prices rose to record levels in the second quarter.
Recent changes in wholesale markets with an increase in renewables and interconnector capacity are expected to increase revenue opportunities and risks for energy traders.
From 14 to 17 June the digital Energy markets week shed some light on a wide array of energy trading related topics.
UK-based owners of peaking assets have cashed in on higher prices and revenue-generating opportunities following the launch of STOR (Short-Term Operating Reserve) as a day-ahead service.
Berkeley Lab study shows expected cost declines of up to 35% by 2035 and 49% by 2050
Index analyses over 4000 wind and solar pricing offers across 21 countries in Europe and North America.
Paul Giesbertz, Head Advisor Market Policies & Regulatory Affairs at Statkraft, explains why hybrid assets are relevant to the design of the European electricity market.