Wholesale energy prices fell to record lows in April

This week we look back at wholesale power price developments throughout April, a month which saw notable bearish price movements.

The most prominent of these were the movements in the day-ahead power price. Across April the price averaged €28.0/MWh, the lowest monthly average since the commencement of project I-SEM back in October 2018.

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