Gas supply challenges look more settled as we approach August, but the challenges faced by renewable power generation and the need to offset fluctuations with on-demand supplies put an upward pressure on electricity supply costs
In this week’s European energy market podcast we talk to Alfa’s Dr Puskarova about renewable energy cost increases, a single European market for energy, and why prices will remain high for the time being
As prices make a significant hike, Jason Durden Head of Energy Markets and Risk Management at Alfa explains why and what to expect, particularly since supplies are seemingly comfortable.
In this week’s review of energy market activity across Europe we look at security of supply for gas and power and flexibility as Germany begins major phase out of nuclear and coal power generation, and what that means of energy prices across Europe as we transition to a lower carbon economy.
Yes, the week of the first auction for the UK Emissions Trading System sees it trading at a significant premium to the EU ETS. Discover what this means for UK energy buyers and listen to the Alfa Energy Group Resonance Podcast.
The importance of sustainable business growth on future viability and ensuring you make the right business decisions now to meet client, investor and wider stakeholder expectations as we come out of lockdown.
As demand for electricity and gas suggests economic recovery is underway, and gas supplies present opportunities for end users, we look ahead to the summer season for electricity and gas prices and the impact of market mechanism and generation shifts that are looming, as they are set to impact the prices and procurement strategies companies operating across Europe may need to consider.
You may be wondering why electricity prices are so high and what the future might hold.
“Too often the data required to develop and implement ESG and net zero strategies is scattered across various internal systems in the organization”
For European energy commodity markets and the impact on business end user energy prices, carbon markets are lively! Is it a bullish market, carbon surrender compliance, or a combination of these factors?