Sunday, June 26 2022 Sign In   |    Register

News Quick Search



Front Page
Power News
Today's News
Yesterday's News
Week of Jun 20
Week of Jun 13
Week of Jun 06
Week of May 30
Week of May 23
By Topic
By News Partner
Gas News
News Customization


Pro Plus(+)

Add on products to your professional subscription.
  • Energy Archive News

    Home > News > Power News > News Article

    Share by Email E-mail Printer Friendly Print

    Electricity prices today, May 9 by hours: when it is cheaper and when it is more expensive

    May 9, 2022 - CE Noticias Financieras


      The price of electricity rises again this Monday after several days of decline, again exceeding the 200 euros/MWh mark on average and multiplying by 20 the cost paid on the same date last year.

      According to data from OMIE, the regulator in Spain and Portugal, for this Monday, May 9, the average price of electricity will be 208.74 euros/MWh, 1,882% more than a year ago, when the cost was 10.53 euros/MWh.

      This price, however, will only apply to households that have contracted a regulated tariff (PVPC), almost 11 million in Spain. As long as they have their bill in the free electricity market, they will only notice the increase when their contract is updated on an annual basis.

      At what time is electricity cheapest?

      The cheapest time for electricity will be in the afternoon. Specifically, between 15.00 and 16.00 hours, when electricity will cost 183.94 euros/MWh.

      At what time is electricity most expensive?

      The most expensive time to turn on the electricity will be in the early evening, between 21.00 and 22.00 hours, when it will cost 250.44 euros/MWh.

      How much does electricity cost per hour?

      - From 00:00 to 01:00 hours: 209.08 euros/MWh.

      - From 01 to 02 hours: 199.21 euros/MWh.

      - From 02 to 03 hours: 196.07 euros/MWh.

      - From 03 to 04 hours: 191.11 euros/MWh.

      - From 04 to 05 hours: 193.68 euros/MWh.

      - From 05 to 06 hours: 210.72 euros/MWh.

      - From 06 to 07 hours: 222 euros/MWh.

      - From 07 to 08 hours: 231.76 euros/MWh.

      - From 08 to 09 hours: 228.47 euros/MWh.

      - From 09 to 10 hours: 219.21 euros/MWh.

      - From 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.: 199.95 euros/MWh.

      - From 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.: 197.6 euros/MWh.

      - From 12 to 13 hours: 200.23 euros/MWh.

      - From 13 to 14 hours: 199.15 euros/MWh.

      - From 14 to 15 hours: 191.92 euros/MWh.

      - From 15 to 16 hours: 183.94 euros/MWh.

      - From 16 to 17 hours: 190.63 euros/MWh.

      - From 17 to 18 hours: 202.01 euros/MWh.

      - From 18 to 19 hours: 205.4 euros/MWh.

      - From 19 to 20 hours: 211.99 euros/MWh.

      - From 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.: 226.82 euros/MWh.

      - From 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.: 250.44 euros/MWh.

      - From 10 p.m. to 11 p.m.: 231.57 euros/MWh.

      - From 23 to 24 hours: 216.72 euros/MWh.

      Why does the price of electricity vary so much?

      The main cause of the price fluctuations is that the price of gas is rising sharply and its use is essential for the production of energy in the so-called combined cycle power plants. Thus, any impact on the price of gas has an almost immediate impact on the price of electricity.

      The current context does not exactly help to contain gas prices. Russia is one of the largest gas suppliers on the planet and the influence of the war in Ukraine has been felt halfway around the world, including Spain.


    Other Articles - International


       Home  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Safe Sender  -  About Energy Central   
    Copyright © 1996-2022 by CyberTech, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Energy Central® and Energy Central Professional® are registered trademarks of CyberTech, Incorporated. Data and information is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended for trading purposes. CyberTech does not warrant that the information or services of Energy Central will meet any specific requirements; nor will it be error free or uninterrupted; nor shall CyberTech be liable for any indirect, incidental or consequential damages (including lost data, information or profits) sustained or incurred in connection with the use of, operation of, or inability to use Energy Central. Other terms of use may apply. Membership information is confidential and subject to our privacy agreement.