On Tuesday, the highest electricity price in the Baltic countries in two months

Compared to Monday (272.75 euros), on Tuesday electricity becomes more expensive by almost 40 percent.

This is the highest average daily electricity price since September 30, when it reached 415.16 euros in Lithuania and Latvia, and 376.44 euros per MW in Estonia.

In addition, on Tuesday, electricity in the Baltic States will be the most expensive at 5-6 p.m., when its price will reach 501.1 euros per MWh, the cheapest at 2-3 p.m. night – 233.2 euros.

Until now, the highest average daily price in the Baltic countries in the last two months was on November 16, when a megawatt hour cost 303.33 euros in Lithuania and Latvia, and 299.93 euros in Estonia.

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