The light rises today, but it will mark its fourth lowest price since June

Electricity will rise today by nearly 10%, to 194.64 euros per megawatt hour (MWh), its fourth lowest price since the Iberian mechanism came into force on June 15, according to the results of the auction in the market wholesaler or “pool” and the adjustment to be paid after the gas cap to compensate the plants. The highest price will be registered again in Italy, where it will reach 304.22 euros, followed by the United Kingdom, where it will reach 212.71 pounds (about 245 euros at the current exchange rate), and France, where they will be paid above the €199.95. The lowest price will be registered in Germany, (77.93 euros).

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