The day before, delivery prices on Wednesday, May 11, 2022, on electricity exchanges in Southeast Europe ranged from 205.4 euros per MWh in Slovenia and Croatia to 268.5 euros per MWh in Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary.
The spot price on the Serbian stock exchange SEEPEX on Wednesday was reduced by 17 euros compared to Tuesday, to 225.46 euros per MWh.
The Bulgarian, Romanian and Hungarian markets crashed on Wednesday, with a price of 268.5 euros per MWh. That is 58 euros more than on Tuesday.
On the Slovenian and Croatian stock exchanges, the spot price on Wednesday is 205.43 euros per MWh, which is about 23 euros less than on Tuesday.
Greek stock exchange data were not published on time.
According to EPEX SPOT, day-ahead prices in Central and Western Europe on Wednesday range from 117.02 euros per MWh in Poland to 197.52 euros per MWh in Switzerland.