Is this the first £100 winter forward in view of current market dynamics?
The wholesale energy complex is ever-evolving, and fundamentals have changed drastically over the past year with weather, LNG supply, Brexit and COVID-19 at the forefront of the market. The winter 2021 power price reached down to £42/MWh in March 2020, however recently broke a new high of over £70/MWh.
The regulator is consulting on its proposals to recover debt-related costs that have resulted due to the coronavirus pandemic
Winter is setting in, albeit warmer than usual so far. Are we in for a comfortable or bumpy ride on prices?
EDF’s James Chaplin explains.
As we enter the new gas year and the position is set out for the coming winter, what is concerning markets and should be of concern to energy buyers?
Last winter was the lowest carbon intensity winter on record for electricity generation, according to the National Grid’s annual report
The zoo suggested the animals would not be able to hibernate properly until the temperature fell to -10°C
A new report suggests colder weather could see each household spend an average £448 more on energy and warmer clothing this winter compared with the spring-summer period
Every winter the term ‘security of supply’ comes to the fore. Sensationalist headlines start to appear questioning whether we will ‘keep the lights on’ or face ‘blackouts this winter’.