The average price of electricity in Estonia has risen by almost a hundred euros per Megawatt-Hour between Sunday and Monday.
Electricity will cost €172 per MWh on average on Monday, compared with €77.72 per MWh on Sunday, according to the NordPool marketplace.
The only time period when electricity on Monday dipped below the €100-per-MWh mark has already been and gone at the time of writing – between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. electricity cost €91 to €95.10 per MWh.
Between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. electricity costs over €200 per MWh, and rises to similar levels in the final hour of Monday, from 11 p.m.
The peak price period is just ending at the time of writing – electricity cost €261 to €272 per MWh between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Electricity is similarly priced in Lithuania (€199 per MWh), Latvia (€175 per MWh) and Finland (€163 per MWh) on Monday.
Editor: Andrew Whyte