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.
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.
A lack of harmony in market operations is to be questioned. Where is the regulator?
Energy prices return to more normal seasonal prices, but two world’s collide in carbon
Winter is setting in, albeit warmer than usual so far. Are we in for a comfortable or bumpy ride on prices?
A new report stresses actions must be taken at the technical, economic and political levels to ensure the world’s energy supplies remain secure as the sector undergoes its transition to a cleaner and smarter model
Prices remain high while market fundamentals suggest they should be otherwise. Why is that and what is keeping some energy prices inflated?
The proposals aim to enable the delivery of emissions-free green energy across the country and meet national net zero targets, while also maintaining high levels of service and grid reliability
The current transformation of the energy industry has meant greater levels of innovation happening faster than possibly ever before.