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BRNews story: #Brazil 's residential energy saving program was able to reduce power consumption by 5.6mn MWh between Sep and Dec 2021, according to the mines and energy ministry | #ArgusPower  #hydropower  #powergeneration  By Rebecca Gompertz:

Neoen said it could eventually produce up to 1200 megawatts of wind power, 600 MW of solar and as much as 1,800MWh of battery storage at the site.

Today live electricity prices in New England are $230 per megawatt hour. Jan 2020 they averaged $26/mwh. It's just one day, but today electricity prices in NE are 700% higher than 2 years ago. Gonna be some sticker shock.

Plenty of action in gas and power today GERMAN FEB. POWER CONTRACT JUMPS 22% TO EU235.50/MWH ON EEX BRITISH WHOLESALE GAS FOR NEXT DAY DELIVERY RISES 13.18% TO 2.27 POUNDS/THERM

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I suppose that €100 per MWh natural gas prices and the very real prospect of shortages (Dutch homes run on low calorific gas like then one from Groningen) have activated the European energy policy's escape clause: 'Do as I say, no as I do'

@capital1point1  @ESG_Biotech  MWH' alt='DeadLiftCapitalMWH' /'>@DeadLiftCapitalMWH  has a legit argument for using race as a shortcut but they should also be doing male, if they go with that

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While near-term TTF natural gas futures have retreated from their late December peak, contracts for delivery in Feb. 2022 are currently trading at around 90 euros/MWh, well above the 20-euro short-term contract price of one year ago. #NaturalGas  #TTF 

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While near-term TTF natural gas futures have retreated from their late December peak, contracts for delivery in Feb. 2022 are currently trading at around 90 euros/MWh, well above the 20-euro short-term contract price of one year ago. #NaturalGas  #TTF 

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While near-term TTF natural gas futures have retreated from their late December peak, contracts for delivery in Feb. 2022 are currently trading at around 90 euros/MWh, well above the 20-euro short-term contract price of one year ago. #NaturalGas  #TTF 

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As a reminder, Uniper disclosed last year that it had hedged Cal-22 German power at ~€49 per MWh and Cal-23 at ~€52 per MWh. Those contracts have traded multiple times higher in recent days, triggering multi-billion margin calls among European utility companies

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EUROPEAN ENERGY CRISIS: Wow, wow, wow... I'm running out of words to describe the European short-term electricity market. Multiple records breached for Monday. With the exception of Poland and Scandinavia, all Europe is above €300 per MWh (France and Switzerland near €400)

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EUROPEAN ENERGY CRISIS: Day-ahead electricity prices across much of Europe set fresh and frightening record highs. Germany jumps to an incredible €431 per MWh. At current prices, energy-intensive industries will rather shut down and re-sell their power on the spot market

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🚨 Dear Mother of God edition of the European Energy Crisis 🚨 ⚡ German 1-year forward electricity hits €300 per MWh (2010-2020 average was below €50 per MWh) ⚡ French electricity for February surges to €1,000 per MWh (and yes, that’s one thousand euros, and yes, baseload

OUCH! German power price jumps >200/MWh for first time ever.

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EUROPEAN ENERGY CRISIS: Day-ahead electricity prices across large swatches of Europe have climbed above €250 per MWh, approaching €300 per MWh in France, Austria and Switzerland for Monday. Amazing also to see Poland at €240 per MWh.

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EUROPEAN ENERGY CRUNCH: The electricity crisis in Europe is coming back as cold weather settles over the continent. Spain will pay the **2nd highest ever** day-ahead electricity on Monday (>€236 per MWh). France, Italy and Germany also paying high prices | #EuropeanEnergyCrunch 

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The week in energy markets (look at coal): ⛽Brent crude: $80 a barrel, 3-year high 🏭Asian coal: $203 a tonne, record high (!!!) 🔌German 1-year power: €135 per MWh, record high 🔥Europe / Asia nat gas: $34 per mBtu, record high 🌍CO2 emissions: €65 per tonne, record high

⚡⚡BREAKING: This is simply incredible. ⚡⚡ UK day-ahead baseload electricity prices jump to a fresh all-time high of £354 per MWh on N2EX. Intraday prices for peak demand are much, much higher. To put into perspective, that's 700% higher than the ~£45 average 2010-2020 price

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⚡⚡⚡The UK has paid a power plant this morning a record high £4,950 per MWh ($6,850 per MWh) to fire-up on short notice for 30 minutes to keep the lights on after wind generation plunged. The plant is gas-fired.

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