Electricity

Several changes took place in the electricity market this month. The most significant ones were:

  • An 8% price decrease in Bucharest due to a decrease in the energy component; 
  • A 3% price decrease in Madrid;
  • A 2% price decrease in Warsaw due to a decrease in the energy component.
  • A 5% price increase in Tallinn due to an increase in the energy component;
  • A 4% price increase in Stockholm due to an increase in the energy component;
  • A 3% price increase in Nicosia due to an increase in the energy component;
  • A 3% price increase in Dublin;
  • A 2% price increase in Prague and Rome due to increases in the energy components.

Gas

The most significant changes that took place in the gas market this month were as follows: 

  • A 6% price increase in Dublin;
  • A 4% price increase in Bucharest, due to an increase in the energy component;
  • A 1% price increase in Warsaw, due to changes in the energy and distribution components;
  • A 1% price increase in Copenhagen and Rome due to increases in the energy component;
  • A 1% price increase in Athens, Lisbon and Madrid.

Read how the economic turmoil and changing wholesale prices have impacted the residential energy bills from the monthly HEPI report as well as a Story of the Month: XBID – Successful Go-Live for a Cross-Border Intraday Market Project

 

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Capitals included in the study

AT  Austria - Vienna
BE  Belgium - Brussels
BG  Bulgaria - Sofia
HR  Croatia - Zagreb
CY  Cyprus - Nicosia
CZ  Czech Republic - Prague
DK  Denmark - Copenhagen
EE  Estonia - Tallinn
FI  Finland - Helsinki
FR  France - Paris
DE  Germany - Berlin
GB  Great Britain - London
GR  Greece - Athens
HU  Hungary - Budapest
IE  Ireland - Dublin
IT  Italy - Rome
LV  Latvia - Riga
LT  Lithuania - Vilnius
LU  Luxembourg - Luxembourg City
MT  Malta - Valletta
ME  Montenegro - Podgorica
NL  Netherlands - Amsterdam
PL  Poland - Warsaw
PT  Portugal - Lisbon
RO  Romania - Bucharest
RS  Serbia - Belgrade
SK  Slovakia - Bratislava
SI  Slovenia - Ljubljana
ES  Spain - Madrid
SE  Sweden - Stockholm
CH  Switzerland - Bern
UA  Ukraine - Kyiv

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Tips for using the visualisation:

  • Table 1 represents the latest month's price data for residential electricity and gas customers, while Table 2 contains the historical price data.
  • Explore the visualisation city by city or compare cities of your choosing by using the tick boxes on the list on the left.
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