The average price of electricity in Estonia on Thursday is €327.57 per Megawatt-hour, a fall of over €44 on Wednesday's price.
The hour with the cheapest electricity has already passed – between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. electricity cost €150 per MWh, while the costliest electricity comes between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. (€434.07 per MWh).
On Wednesday, the average price on the Nordpool exchange stood at €371.70 per MWh.
Prices are comparable in Finland, Latvia and Lithuania, whose Nordpool prices are all at €328.91 per MWh for the day.
Editor: Andrew Whyte