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Economía, política, infraestructuras y la disponibilidad de recursos naturales son algunos de los elementos que configuran el mercado energético de un país. Seguir de cerca las tendencias de precios de energía en un país, los cambios regulatorios y legislación relativa al seguimiento de emisiones de CO2 supone un importante esfuerzo. Por ello, NUS publica informes de energía específicos en cada país mensualmente para mantener informados a nuestros clientes de la evolución del mercado de la energía a nivel nacional.



Australia Energy Market Report - November 2017

Market changes in November: Following on from the pricing plateau in October, November maintained a similar flat aspect across all states, except Queensland. In Queensland, for 2018, we experienced a brief...

US Weekly Energy Report - 7 December 2017

Market Commentary The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) issued a series of Transmission Emergency notices this week for the state’s southern region, as wildfires continue to rip through the...

Australia Energy Market Report - October 2017

Market changes in October: Pricing for 2018 for all states were becoming mostly flat in October. For the following years we recognized also no remarkable movements, which is caused by the...

Australia Energy Market Report - September 2017

Pricing: Pricing went up in all states except South Australia during the month. Pricing in New South Wales increased by 1.7%, 4.2% and 3.2% respectively for calendar years 2018, 2019 and 2020 in New South Wales. ...

Australia Energy Market Report - August 2017

Commentary Pricing: Pricing in New South Wales increased by 3.85% and 0.84% respectively for calendar years 2018 and 2020 in New South Wales but declined 0.8% for 2019. In Victoria, pricing declined by 2.4%, 4.05% and 0.66% respectively for 2018, 2019...

Australia Energy Market Report - July 2017

Commentary Pricing: The Pricing decline in New South Wales and Victoria over recent months came to an end. It increased by 5.8%, 6.5% and 0.6% respectively for calendar years 2018, 2019 and 2020 in New South...