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    Higher electricity prices due to issues with nuclear power plants


    August 11, 2022 - APA EconomicNews Service

     

      A reduced gas supplies from Russia and delays in the maintenance of French nuclear power plants are currently driving up electricity prices in Europe. In addition to problems with the cooling of the nuclear power plants, more extensive maintenance work is necessary this year and it is unclear when the nuclear power plants will be connected to the grid again. This leads to the loss of large generation capacities, and "of course it has an impact on prices," explained Johannes Mayer from E-Control in an APA interview. Wholesale electricity prices are currently at a record high, and further price increases are expected on the futures markets in the winter.

      (Die APA - Austria Presse Agentur hat das alleinige Recht auf Verbreitung ihrer Meldungen und Dienste. Die Bezieher sind berechtigt, diese im Rahmen der jeweils gültigen Verträge zu nutzen. Jegliche darüber hinaus gehende Nutzung, insbesonders die Weitergabe an Dritte, ist untersagt.)

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