These are the cheapest hours of electricity for Sunday

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Updated: 05/21/2022 21:23h
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The
electricity price
in the regulated rate it falls this Sunday to an average of 0.21846 euros per kilowatt hour €/kWh. However, unlike this Saturday, the cheap section will only be from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Peak and off-peak hours The cheapest: from 2 pm to 3 pm 0.13298 €/kWh The most expensive: from 9 pm to 10 pm 0.27765 €/kWh

The average price of electricity in the wholesale market will drop 4.56% this Sunday compared to this Saturday and remains below the level of 200 euros per megawatt hour (MWh).

Specifically, the average price of the 'pool' for this Sunday will be 170.56 euros/MWh, so it will be cheaper by about 7 euros compared to 178.01 euros/MWh this Saturday, according to data published by the Operator of the Iberian Energy Market (OMIE) and collected by EP.

In this way, the price of electricity for this Sunday will once again be below the level of 200 euros/MWh after the rebound on Friday and will be the lowest price since last May 15. In this sense, it should be noted that the price of the 'pool' usually drops on weekends due to the drop in demand.

The price of electricity hour by hour00h - 01h: 0.26543 €/kWh01h - 02h: 0.22852 €/kWh02h - 03h: 0.22326 €/kWh03h - 04h: 0.22718 €/kWh04h - 05h: 0.2278 €/kWh05h - €06h: 0.23263 - 07h: 0.23817 €/kWh07h - 08h: 0.238 €/kWh08h - 09h: 0.23612 €/kWh09h - 10h: 0.21756 €/kWh10h - 11h: 0.20847 €/kWh11h - 12h: 0.19973 €/kWhh12h: 2.13873 €/kWhh12h: 2.13873 €/kWhh177 0 -1 14h: 0.17944 €/kWh14h - 15h: 0.13298 €/kWh15h - 16h: 0.13946 €/kWh16h - 17h: 0.17494 €/kWh17h - 18h: 0.18517 €/kWh18h - 19h: 0.19997 €/kWh19h - 20h: 0.2184 : €0.27379/kWh21h - 22h: €0.27765/kWh22h - 23h: €0.26731/kWhh23h - 24h: €0.26364/kWh

Compared to a year ago, the average price of electricity for this Saturday will be 156.83% more expensive than the 66.41 euros/MWh of May 22, 2021.

The prices of the 'pool' have a direct impact on the regulated rate -the so-called PVPC-, to which almost 11 million households in the country are covered, and serve as a reference for the other 17 million who have contracted their supply in the free market .

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