The average spot prices of electricity in Southeast Europe in week 39 range from 105 euros per MWh in Greece to 108.1 euros per MWh in Romania and Bulgaria. The average weekly price in Serbia is 105.1 euros per MWh and 105.8 euros per MWh in Croatia. The Slovenian weekly price is slightly lower compared to the region and amounts to 103.2 euros per MWh.
As for the average prices on the electricity exchanges during the working week, they range from 101 euros per MWh in Bulgaria and Romania to 111.1 euros per MWh in Greece in week 39, which is a significant increase compared to the previous working week. , when prices mostly remained below the threshold of 100 euros per MWh.
At the same time, Germany recorded a strong growth in the average wholesale price of electricity, to 105.8 euros per MWh in the 39th week, compared to 77.9 euros per MWh in the 38th week.