Monday's electricity price in Estonia averages €146.86 per megawatt-hour on the Nord Pool exchange, a rise of nearly 50 percent on Sunday's price. Last week's average electricity price was the lowest since May, however.
The priciest electricity by hour falls between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m., at €193 per MWh according to the Nord Pool,* while the cheapest electricity has already passed at the time of writing – between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. the price remained below €120 per MWh.
The average price for the last week stood at €139 per MWh, the lowest level since May.
Sunday's price was €101.79 per MWh on average for the day.
*Exclusive of VAT.
Editor: Andrew Whyte