Autumn with its windy weather has brought about some good news for electricity consumers, where the day-ahead prices have shown a large drop in the last couple of days.
In the Baltics, the average price has dropped by 241€/MWh with Finland seeing the average coming down even by 368 €/MWh when compared to 30.09.
As renewables like wind and sun kick in, then so does the need to balance this energy. This is why we are seeing an increase in demand response signals from the electricity grid to combat the negative prices and large fluctuations in electricity production.
This is what we call in the Fusebox office “Happy problems” 😃