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SEE spot power prices set to increase after this week’s fall - EQ

Date: 05.05.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
SEE spot power prices set to increase after this week’s fall - EQPhoto: ACER

Weekly spot power prices in south east Europe (SEE) are set to increase by about 3-4 EUR/MWh next week after this week’s strong drop, Montel’s Energy Quantified (EQ) data shows.

Bulgarian household power prices lowest in the EU in H2 2020 – Eurostat

Date: 04.05.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgarian household power prices lowest in the EU in H2 2020 – EurostatPhoto: MzI

The EU average household power price in the second half of 2020 decreased slightly compared to the second half of 2019, with Bulgaria having the lowest electricity prices in the EU, said Eurostat.

Traders discuss future of cross-border trading in Turkish region

Date: 04.05.2021 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Traders discuss future of cross-border trading in Turkish regionPhoto: Roman Peklaj

No cross-border capacities were auctioned on the Turkish borders with Bulgaria and Greece between December and March, whereas in April the capacities were halved. Traders discussed the implications of

Bulgarian wholesale gas price for May up 17.5%

Date: 03.05.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgarian wholesale gas price for May up 17.5%Photo: Energetika.NET

The Bulgarian energy regulator, EWRC, has approved a 17.51% increase in the price of wholesale natural gas for May 2021.

SEE spot power prices set to fall on warmer weather and higher hydro - EQ

Date: 28.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
SEE spot power prices set to fall on warmer weather and higher hydro - EQPhoto: ACER

Increasing temperatures and higher hydro power output due to melting snow are putting a downward pressure on spot power prices in south east Europe (SEE), according to Montel’s Energy Quantified

Orthodox Easter set to lower power demand in SEE at start of May - analysts

Date: 20.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Orthodox Easter set to lower power demand in SEE at start of May - analystsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

A drop in power demand due to Orthodox Easter and an increase in temperatures might lower spot power prices in south east Europe (SEE) at the start of May, although nuclear maintenance programmes

Bulgaria shuts down 1,000 MW nuclear reactor for overhaul

Date: 19.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Bulgaria shuts down 1,000 MW nuclear reactor for overhaulPhoto: Nuvia

The Kozloduy nuclear power plant in Bulgaria shut down its 1,000 MW unit 5 on 17 April for a scheduled annual overhaul.

Overhaul of power plants driving up electricity prices in Bulgaria

Date: 16.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Overhaul of power plants driving up electricity prices in BulgariaPhoto: ACER

Bulgarian companies have been paying the highest electricity prices in April this year due to cold weather conditions and overhauls of several power plants, writes Capital.bg.

EQ: SEE Spot Prices to Mostly Exceed 60 EUR/MWh Next Week

Date: 13.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EQ: SEE Spot Prices to Mostly Exceed 60 EUR/MWh Next WeekPhoto: ACER

Weekly spot power prices in South East Europe (SEE) are set to average between 59.42 EUR/MWh in Bulgaria and 63.31 EUR/MWh in Slovenia next week (16), said Eylert Ellefsen, senior analyst and

In Contrast to EU, Serbia and BiH Increased Coal Power Output in 2020

Date: 12.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
In Contrast to EU, Serbia and BiH Increased Coal Power Output in 2020Photo: Alenka Lena Klopčič

While coal power generation suffered losses in the EU part of Central Eastern Europe (CEE) and South Eastern Europe (SEE) in 2020, in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), where fossil-based

Bulgarian AES Galebovo’s Plants Generated 976 GWh in Q1 of 2021

Date: 09.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgarian AES Galebovo’s Plants Generated 976 GWh in Q1 of 2021Photo: Andreja Krašna

The Bulgarian coal-fired AES Galabovo thermal power plant (TPP) produced 860 GWh of electricity in the first quarter of 2021, while the Sveti Nikola wind park generated 117 GWh of energy, according to

EQ: SEE Spot Power Prices to Be Around 50 EUR/MWh This and Next Week

Date: 07.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EQ: SEE Spot Power Prices to Be Around 50 EUR/MWh This and Next WeekPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Weekly average spot power prices in South East Europe (SEE) are likely to remain unchanged at around 50 EUR/MWh next week due to increasing temperatures, moderate wind power production in Romania and



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