It’s been a very exciting year so far for the Southeast European power markets with a lot of new developments attracting the attention of local and Western European industry players.
ICIS brings you the highlights of the most important price and liquidity trends in the region this year.
We saw the launch of three brand new day-ahead exchanges in Bulgaria, Serbia and Croatia which are changing the trading landscape in the region and are bringing new opportunities.
Integration of the SEE power markets to the rest of Europe looks no longer like a distant goal but is likely to become a reality over the next few years.
In the meantime, Hungary continues to strengthen its position as the benchmark for the region with OTC liquidity surging year on year as Balkan companies use it to hedge forward positions.
The Turkish power market is no longer an isolated island but prices are starting to move more closely in line with its neighbours.
ICIS looks ahead to how this trend is set to develop and what impact it could have on trade.
Irina Peltegova has been working for ICIS for almost five years, focusing on liquidity, regulatory changes, cross-border trading and overall trends in the CEE/SEE wholesale power markets. She oversees a team of reporters, making sure there is a regular, original and market-moving news flow from the region. She has also been involved in product development and training. She has two Bachelor degrees, first in Media and Cultural Studies from Heinrich Heine University, Duesseldorf and another one in Multimedia Journalism from Canterbury Christ Church University.
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