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    Monthly Report on Consumption, Production and Price Trends

    April too saw electricity prices reach record levels across Europe due to limited French nuclear availability and low temperatures which led to high consumption of gas for domestic heating. The harsh climate has affected the entire natural gas supply chain, eroding European gas storage and bringing them to the lowest levels in the last 5 years. Hydropower underwent a slight decline but continues to dominate renewable production.

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      REPORT ARCHIVE

      Report on the Energy Market | March 2021

      The price of energy continued rising in March as well. CO2 reaches a new record thanks to the entry of large funds buying large batches to resell in the future. The price of gas has risen due to delays caused by the obstruction of the Suez Canal. Hydroelectric power continues to be the main source of renewable production, covering 12% of it.
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      Report on the Energy Market | February 2021

      Also in February, energy prices confirm the upward trend compared to 2020. CO2 continues its run reaching a new record level, mainly thanks to the action of hedge funds. Hydroelectric also remains at excellent levels, while wind slows down and gas stabilizes due to the return of seasonal averages.

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      Energy Market Report | December ’20 – January ’21

      After hitting historical lows in 2020, in the new year the market marks a clear reversal of the trend, thanks to the optimism generated by the vaccine. In addition, the low temperatures recorded and the phenomenon of Cargo Reversion between Asia and Europe could contribute to the restart of energy prices. With regard to renewable production, hydroelectric and wind power have recorded new records in the levels of injection into the grid.

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      Report on the Energy Market | November 2020

      In November, the electricity market trend reflects, although to a limited extent, the optimism generated by news of a possible Covid-19 vaccine. Renewable production, however, decreased significantly, particularly generation from wind power. Futures show a significant increase, due to cold weather on the way.

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      Report on the Energy Market | October 2020

      In October, the recovery in the energy price seen in previous months was interrupted. Generally speaking, the current period is marked by a climate of uncertainty on the markets, above all due to Covid-19 and the American elections. In Italy, there was an increase in #renewable production, particularly #hydroelectric production, which impacted on prices. Calendar 21 forecasts for next year show a loss. To find out more on consumption, production and price trends, download our report!

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      Report on the Energy Market | September 2020

      In September, France recovered nuclear availability, guaranteeing refuelling in the winter months. Consumption levels continued to recover, while #renewableproduction recorded a drop, leading to a peak in prices on European #power markets. Prices of #gas and #CO2 continue to rise. The EU has declared that it wants to further reduce emissions targets by 2030.

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      Report on the Energy Market | July–August 2020

      The electricity market is heavily influenced by sector-specific endogenous factors and exogenous events that inevitably affect trends. The Covid-19 pandemic, for example, has heavily impacted the energy market, creating great uncertainty and instability, and only now showing signs of recovery.

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      Report on the Energy Market | June 2020

      The impact of Covid-19 on the European electricity market is lessening, although energy consumption continues to drop compared to 2019 figures. CO2, on the other hand, continues to rise, driving up power prices for 2021, which have returned to pre-pandemic levels. Renewable production continues to remain stable at excellent levels.

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      Report on the Energy Market | May 2020

      How has the Covid-19 pandemic affected the European electricity market; and the Italian market in particular? Consumption, production and price trends are presented in the report.

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