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Category: Prices

Imbalance of taxes and levies hinders energy transition

A fundamental study by the think tank Agora Energiewende has examined the tax and levy system in the German energy market. The result: Imbalance of the energy price benefits climate-damaging energy carriers.
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Weekend and 1st of May result in record low electricity prices

The price for base load delivery of power was -24.27 EUR/MWh on Monday, 1st of May, its lowest value for 52 months. The reason for this price is low demand combined with high wind feed-in. On both Sunday and Monday, the price for peak load was below the price for base load.
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Development of negative power prices in Germany

The number of negative spot market prices for electricity decreased in 2016. However, the price level of negative hours has simultaneously been dropping down further.
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Negative power prices during Christmas in Germany

Windrad As already experienced in the past years negative power prices also occurred during the Christmas days of 2016. In total there have been 35 hours with negative prices on and around Christmas going down to -67 €/MWh. Low negative prices are mainly a product of low power demand, high wind power generation and inflexible must-run capacities.
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