The average price of electricity in Estonia has risen to €495 per Megawatt-hour for the day Tuesday, up from Monday's level of €377.
At no point on Tuesday, August 23, will electricity prices dip below three figures; the cheapest prices for the remainder of the day come between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. (€444.99 per MWh) and for the last hour of the day (€304.04 per MWh), as quoted on the Nord Pool exchange.
The highest price will also be experienced in the evening, between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., when electricity will cost €749 per MWh.
Prices are identical in Finland on Tuesday, as least as a daily average, while the average daily price for Latvia and Lithuania is even higher, at €544 per MWh.
Editor: Andrew Whyte