How temperature within France and the UK has an effect on energy demand

ICIS analysis has found that an average daily temperature of below 9°C is the tipping point when wholesale power and gas prices in France and the UK have started to rise over the last three years.

Grids in both countries however, have been capable of coping with demand increases at milder temperatures without a major impact on prices as described in this insight by William Peck.

This infographic shows how cooler temperatures impact energy demand in France and the UK, and the effect it has on pricing.

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