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2020-04-02 14:40:00

ENERGY PRICES DOWN

ENERGY PRICES DOWN

REUTERS - APRIL 1, 2020 - European spot electricity prices for day-ahead delivery fell on Wednesday on higher nuclear supply in France and forecasts for increased wind power in Germany, while year-ahead contracts dropped, tracking declines in carbon, coal and gas futures.

* The German over-the-counter baseload contract for Thursday delivery was down 11.2% at 19.75 euros ($21.51) a megawatt hour (MWh) at 1012 GMT.

* The equivalent French day-ahead price fell 6.8% to 20.50 euros/MWh.

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