In Southeast Europe, spot prices rose significantly on Monday, July 2, compared to the previous day. The price remained below the 100 euros per MWh threshold in most European countries, except in Greece (115.4 euros/MWh), Spain and Portugal (117 euros/MWh).
In the SEE region, day-ahead prices on Monday are 82.6 euros per MWh in Serbia, 94.6 euros per MWh in Slovenia, 95.7 euros per MWh in Croatia, 97.9 euros per MWh in Hungary, and 98.2 euros per MWh in Bulgaria and Romania.
On Sunday, Slovenia, Croatia and Hungary recorded a negative day-ahead price, reaching -6.9 euros per MWh, – 4.6 euros per MWh and -0.4 euros per MWh, respectively.
Finland and Sweeden recorded the lowest European day-ahead prices on Monday – 29.9 euros per MWh.