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German prompt power prices rebound on less wind, drop in temperatures
German prompt power prices rebounded Friday as wind power was forecast to
fall back from peaks above 15 GW to more average levels for the start of
December, which will also see a sharp drop in temperatures, lifting demand
across the region, according to sources.
Chilean coal-fired power generation falls 5.9% in October
Coal-fired thermoelectric plants in Chile produced 5.9% less electricity
in October, compared to the same month of last year, according to figures
released Friday by the country's statistics bureau INE.
French day-ahead power prices plunge as nuclear hits high, demand stays low
French day-ahead power prices plunged Thursday as nuclear output reached
its highest level since last winter's heating season, while continued mild
temperatures kept demand unseasonally low, ahead of a cold snap next week,
which could boost peak demand by more than 10 GW, according to sources.