The day before, delivery prices on Thursday, May 19, 2022, on electricity exchanges in Southeast Europe ranged from 194.42 euros per MWh in Bulgaria and Romania to 220.83 euros per MWh in Slovenia and Croatia.
The spot price on the Serbian stock exchange SEEPEX on Thursday increased by 3 euros compared to the previous day, to 208.23 euros per MWh.
The Bulgarian and Romanian markets crashed on Thursday, with a price of 194.42 euros per MWh. That is 21 euros more than on Wednesday.
Hungary’s price increased by 4 euros, to 210.81 euros per MWh on Thursday.
On the Slovenian and Croatian stock exchanges, the spot price on Thursday is 220.83 euros per MWh, which is about 13 euros more than the previous day.
The Greek price was reduced by 15 euros, to 209.95 euros per MWh.
According to EPEX SPOT data, day-ahead prices in Central and Western Europe on Thursday range from 152.25 euros per MWh in Poland to 213.88 euros per MWh in France.