Monthly Power Trading Results of April 2022
Amsterdam / Berlin / Bern / Brussels / London / Paris / Vienna, 3 May 2022
- A total volume of 49.4 TWh was traded on EPEX SPOT markets in April 2022 (April 2021: 51.0 TWh).
- Power trading on the Day-Ahead markets on EPEX SPOT accounted for 38,645.5 GWh (April 2021: 40,308.8 GWh).
- Volume on the Norwegian and Swiss Day-Ahead auction grew by +28.3% and +13.0% respectively, reaching 1,137.4 GWh in Norway (April 2021: 886.3 GWh) and 1,796.0 GWh in Switzerland (April 2021: 1,589.8 GWh).
- Traded volume on the two GB Day-Ahead auctions increased by +40.5% on year, reaching a combined 3,661.8 GWh (April 2021: 2,605.8 GWh).
- On the EPEX SPOT Intraday markets, a total volume of 10,787.7 GWh was traded (April 2021: 10,681.4 GWh).
- The Norwegian Intraday continuous volume grew by +308.6% on year, reaching 69.6 GWh (April 2021: 17.0 GWh).
- Traded volume on the Dutch Intraday, including continuous and auction, increased by +39.1% on year and reached 581.6 GWh (April 2021: 420.3 GWh).
More details on volumes and prices are available in the enclosed report from page 4. Please note that volumes are calculated by using the common industry standard in electricity and exchange business : For auction trading, the one-sided Market Clearing Volume is listed. For continuous trading, the aggregated sell & buy volume is divided by 2.
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In April, EPEX SPOT welcomed Alpha Energy ApS, AMPC Capital Limited, Galantix B.V. and PZEM Energy Company B.V. as new members of the Exchange.
The European Power Exchange EPEX SPOT SE and its affiliates operate physical short-term electricity markets in 13 countries: in Central Western Europe, the United Kingdom, in Switzerland, the Nordics and in Poland. As part of EEX Group, a group of companies serving international commodity markets, EPEX SPOT is committed to the creation of a pan-European power market. Over 300 members trade electricity on EPEX SPOT. 49% of its equity is held by HGRT, a holding of transmission system operators. For more information, please visit www.epexspot.com.