Winter gained a foothold again in the Nordic region last week. So far, the year has largely been cold, and the latest weather forecasts indicate that temperatures will remain low for the rest of week 2. This has caused prices to rise, even though the forecasts indicate milder weather from the middle of the month. In particular, the cold weather has affected the immediate contracts in the Nordic energy market. The Q2-18 contract increased by EUR 0.85/MWh, closing at EUR 23.70/MWh on Monday. The increase in the YR-18 contract was not quite as great, but it still climbed by EUR 0.03/MWh to EUR 26.10/MWh.
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January 19 2018. The European carbon emission prices are rising sharply. Friday morning, the market is trading at the highest price level in more than two years.
January 18 2018. It will cost between 1.5 and 2.3 trillion euro for Germany to realize the ambitions of a massive cut in the country’s carbon emission level towards 2050.