Energy Contracts and Prices

Keep up-to-date with the latest news on energy contracts and prices with updates from the GrowSave team.

 

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    Chris

    Milder temperatures and good wind generation helped the downward trend for short-term electricity and gas prices to continue this week. Oil prices also saw a significant drop, despite a fall in Sterling following the most recent BREXIT news. More
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    Chris

    The gas market was oversupplied last week, causing gas prices to fall. The electricity market was unable to take advantage of this fall in gas price thanks to “storm Doris” and the consequential reduction in wind generation.  As a result, electricity prices remained largely unchanged. More
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    Chris

    The gas market was oversupplied last week, causing gas prices to fall. The electricity market was unable to take advantage of this fall in gas price thanks to “storm Doris” and the consequential reduction in wind generation.  As a result, electricity prices remained largely unchanged. More
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    Chris

    Energy prices fell across the board this week.  Short-term prices were held down through high wind power yields, mild weather and an over-supply of gas. Longer-term falls were tempered by the news that the gas storage facility, Rough, would not be able to contribute until after June. More
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    Chris

    Increased supplies of gas from the continent, combined with climbing temperatures and forecast, saw a reversal of last week’s significant short-term price rise. The oversupply situation will potentially continue into this week. More
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    Chris

    Three main factors combined last week to push gas prices to a recent high. Limitations in availability from long-term gas storage facilities, reduced availability of Russian supplies and lower forecasted temperatures all drove the increase. However, longer-term increases were less noticeable. More

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