This is 30.7% less than in December, but compared to January 2021 the price is 2.7 times higher.
The company said that 2022 started with the drop in electricity prices following the increase observed in the last half-year – electricity prices in the Baltic States decreased on average by 30%, while the drop in Latvia's interlinked areas was higher – by 45% in Finland, in Sweden's 4th price area by 42%, while in Poland the price decreased by 20%.
Prices in the Baltic and interlinked areas. Source: High Voltage Network
In January, electricity imports to the Baltic States from Russia decreased by 17%, while imports from the European Union countries rose by 23% compared to December.
Electrical energy imports to the Baltic states from the EU and Russia. Source: High Voltage Network