The average price of electricity will drop to €74.80 per megawatt-hour on Tuesday. The price drop is caused by maintenance work on the Estonia-Latvia power link set to take until Friday evening.
The average market price was €258.33/MWh on Monday.
The price will also drop to €74.22/MWh in the Finnish price area. It was on par with Estonia's on Monday.
In Latvia and Lithuania, the price will grow to €453.48 and €466.99 per MWh respectively on Tuesday, up €30-40 since Monday.
In Estonia, electricity will be cheapest between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. at €28/MWh.
The price will climb above €100 from 9 a.m. hitting €174.64 between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m.
330-kilovolt transmission lines between Estonia and Latvia will undergo maintenance from Tuesday to Friday due to which less than half of normal transmission capacity will be available at certain times.
Editor: Marcus Turovski