- Swedish renewables revised
- New perspectives on Swedish-Norwegian transmission links
- Chinese coal-related regulations expected impact on coal price
The September edition of MKonline’s Long-term price forecast for Nordic power is set for release on Thursday 15 September.
Focus areas in the September 2016 edition
- Evaluation of Swedish renewables target 2021-2030, potential impact for nuclear capacity
- Chinese cut in coal mining and coal-fired generation, consequences for coal price perspectives
- Revised long term CO2 price expectations, mainly due to Europe’s progress in meeting its 2030 climate commitment
The June edition of MKonline’s Long-term price forecast for Nordic power is set for release on Wednesday 15 June.
Focus areas in the June 2016 edition
- Swedish nuclear policy to be altered with removal of taxation and nuclear phase-out by 2040.
- Soon-to-be implemented French carbon tax with implications for Nordic power exports.
- Recent developments in renewables and transport fuels seem unsustainable for long-term climate and energy targets.
The Norwegian government released a new long-term energy plan until 2030 on Friday 15 April 2016. The new plan is due for approval in the Parliament in the coming 2-3 months. The new plan strengthens the role of hydropower as the main source of electricity generation in Norway, speeds up licensing processes and focuses on capacity upgrades.
The March edition of MKonline’s Long-term price forecast for Nordic power is set for release on Tuesday 15 March.
Focus areas in the March 2016 edition
- Slowing growth in China and Russia curbs raw materials, fuels, commodities and eventually electricity markets.
- European long-term GHG targets affect EUA outlook.
- Implications of weakening coal and gas prices for new security of supply schemes.
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The December edition of MKonline’s Long Term Price Forecast for Nordic Power is set for release on Tuesday 15 December.
- Slowing Chinese economic growth affecting raw materials, fuels and commodities relevant for European power markets
- Changedperspectives on coal and gas prices for European power markets
- Simulated power prices five years ahead currently being significantly higher than market prices
On Friday 30 October 2015 MKonline released the new edition of the Long Term Price Forecast for Electric Power in Germany. Here the analysts discuss the key questions about the report’s content and focus areas.
The October edition of MKonline’s Long Term Price Forecast for Germany (LTP Germany) is set for release on Friday 30 October 2015.
The report deals with a wide range of topics. The key topics are:
- Germany’s ability to reach its Energiewende targets
- Power balance focussing on consumption, flow and fuel costs
- Spot price expectations for the period 2016 – 2035
- The feasibility of the recently proposed market design
The September edition of MKonline’s Long Term Price Forecast for Nordic Power is set for release on Tuesday 15 September.
- Oil price collapses having implications for the energy complex and industrial developments in Europe
- Slowing Chinese economic growth affecting European energy markets, particularly coal market perspectives
- Revised perspectives on impact on Nordic power consumption from electrification of transport sectors and data storage centers