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  • This week has seen price increases for both Gas & Electricity due to carbon prices strengthening and PM May’s announcement that she will resign her position on the 7th June, spurring new sentiment over the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit. Read More...
  • Electricity prices have reduced this week due to the market taking direction from gas, system oversupply and warmer temperatures outweighing lower wind power generation forecasts. Reductions in trading prices to both coal and carbon have also influenced price reductions. Read More...
  • Last week saw electricity prices increase due to a volatile carbon market and EDF Energy announcing that the Hunterston B8 reactor outage would persist until the 30 May. Gas prices have remained stable, as supply-demand levels are currently higher than the equivalent 2017/18 levels, which have offset the rising carbon prices. Read More...
  • Falling carbon and oil prices has seen further reductions to prices over the past week and although we are forecasted to see temperatures drop significantly this week, forecasts still indicate that temperatures will be at or above seasonal averages for the next six weeks. Read More...
  • Short-term pricing has remained flat with prices being influenced by the gas and carbon market as both oil and carbon prices fell on Friday. Brexit has been one of the major factors in driving prices up in the past few months. However, carbon prices could reduce further next week due to the speculation regarding Brexit subsiding for the time being. Read More...

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