These will be the cheapest hours this Sunday


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The
electricity price
in the wholesale market will rise this Sunday by 3.20% compared to this Saturday, so it increases again after three consecutive days of falls.

peak and off-peak hours

  • The cheapest: from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. €0.26821/kWh
  • The most expensive: from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. €0.34168/kWh

Thus, the average price of the 'pool' will be 230.50 euros/MWh this Sunday, which means something more than seven euros compared to 223.36 euros/MWh this Saturday, according to data published by the Iberian Energy Market Operator (OMIE).

By time slots, the maximum electricity price for this January 30 will be between 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., with 268.65 euros/MWh.

The price of electricity hour by hour

  • 00-01 €0.30497/kWh
  • 01-02 €0.29138/kWh
  • 02-03 0.28854 €/kWh
  • 03-04 €0.2804/kWh
  • 04-05 0.28015 €/kWh
  • 05-06 €0.28632/kWh
  • 06-07 €0.28769/kWh
  • 07-08 €0.29599/kWh
  • 08-09 0.28833 €/kWh
  • 09-10 €0.29576/kWh
  • 10-11 €0.28569/kWh
  • 11-12 €0.29222/kWh
  • 12-13 €0.29732/kWh
  • 13-14 €0.28104/kWh
  • 14-15 €0.27223/kWh
  • 15-16 €0.26821/kWh
  • 16-17 €0.28473/kWh
  • 17-18 €0.29563/kWh
  • 18-19 €0.33308/kWh
  • 19-20 €0.33526/kWh
  • 20-21 €0.34168/kWh
  • 21-22 €0.33823/kWh
  • 22-23 €0.32769/kWh
  • 23-00 €0.3206/kWh

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

The rise in the electricity market in recent months is mainly explained by the high prices of gas in the markets and carbon dioxide (CO2) emission rights, at all-time highs this year.

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