Unavailable nuclear power plants - the price of electricity goes back to what it was before the crisisSunday, 04 November 2018 22:42
The announcement caused panic within the government and for electricity suppliers. Prices for November doubled, going from around 100 euros per megawatt/hour (before Engie Electrabel’s announcement) to more than 200 at the start of October.
The measures Ella and the Energy Minister Marie-Christine Marghem announced to guarantee supply seem to have provided some reassurance. Prices for November have started to drop since mid-October. They are now at the same level as they were before Engie Electrabel’s announcement.
Prices for December, January and February are also at the same level as before the wave of panic. However, there is still incertitude around production for the first two months of the year.
The Brussels Times
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