The price on the spot market in Romania, with delivery on Tuesday, will be on average of EUR 34.78 per MWh and is the lowest in the countries with which Romania is connected, according to the data posted on the website of the OPCOM operator.
In Hungary, the price is EUR 40.04 per MWh, and in Slovakia and the Czech Republic – EUR 39.41 per MWh.
Moreover, in Romania, the price during the night hours falls to EUR 10 per MWh.
In national currency, the average delivery price on Tuesday is RON 200/MWh, down from RON 209 on Monday.
This development takes place as the National Meteorological Administration has issued information on moderate precipitations as rain and snow on Monday and Tuesday. At the same time, the ANM also estimates wind intensification, especially in the southern and south-eastern regions, where most wind farms in Romania are concentrated.
So traders rely on Tuesday on a large hydro and wind energy production in Romania, which are the cheapest sources.