energy markets

Brexit cuts interconnector use and sends power prices rocketing

Britain’s exit from the EU has reduced trading on the electricity interconnectors between Great Britain and Ireland and increased the frequency of extreme prices.
clean energy policy

Price index report reveals minimal impact of COVID-19 on PPA offer...

COVID-related challenges did not have a significant impact on PPA offer prices; since in the months following the pandemic, wind prices rose slightly, while solar prices dropped slightly.
Cold winter weather sparks surge in power prices

Winter weather sparks surge in power prices

A week of tight margins and system warnings resulted in record extreme power prices in the UK and some parts of Europe...

Photon Energy debuts on Warsaw and Prague stock exchanges

The admission to listing and trading of its shares on these regulated markets follows the recent approval of the company’s securities prospectus by the Dutch regulator.

Announcing Energy Markets Week, 14-18 December

Join us for the Energy Markets Week: a full week that puts Energy Trading centre stage!
energy storage

Kiwi Power enters Dutch flexibility market with ENGIE project

Kiwi Power has entered its tenth European market with the completion of an innovative aggregation project in the Netherlands.

Energy Trading Central & South Eastern Europe postponed

Energy Trading Central & South Eastern Europe (ETCSEE) will now take place on 16 and 17th June at the Corinthia Hotel in Prague.

Fluence acquires Advanced Microgrid’s AI-driven digital platform

Energy storage joint venture Fluence is acquiring a microgrid software and digital intelligence platform.
MYTILINEOS

Hitachi ABB Power Grids’ energy portfolio strengthens with latest acquisition

Hitachi ABB Power Grids has acquired US-based Pioneer Solutions LLC, a provider of front-to-back-office Commodities/Energy Trading and Risk Management solutions.
Report finds industry’s high-emitters lack climate pace and ambition

Industry’s high-emitters ‘lack climate pace and ambition’

A new report examined the ‘carbon performance’ of 238 energy, industrial and transport companies and found only 43 have emissions trajectories in line with the Paris Agreement of limiting climate change to 2°C.

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