Country Energy Reports



Economics, politics, infrastructure and the availability of natural resources are some of the many elements that shape a country’s energy market. Keeping track of a country’s energy price trends, regulatory updates, and carbon reporting requirements is a resource intensive endeavor. Consequently, NUS publishes monthly country-specific energy reports to keep businesses informed of energy market developments at the national level.



Netherlands Energy Market Report - November 2015

​During the month of November Dutch electricity continued to go down propelled by the continued price reduction in primary fuels. The 2016 contract dropped €1.8/Mwh while 2017 pulled back close to €1.4/Mwh...

Netherlands Energy Market Report - September 2015

​During the month of September, Dutch electricity remained relatively stable at low levels, the 2016 contract moving in the mid € 37/Mwh range before falling under € 37/Mwh in the first week of...

Netherland Energy Market Report - August 2015

​Since the beginning of July, Dutch prices for the 2016 contract have shed nearly € 2/Mwh on the tail of the continued fall of the price of fuels and the uncertainty about...

Netherlands Energy Market Report - June/July 2015

​Over the course of the last 4 weeks we have seen 2016 electricity pricing make a rapid climb before retreating again somewhat, and the 2019 prices have also seen a slight price increase. ...

Netherlands Energy Market Report - May 2015

​Power Baseload prices for Dutch power along the curve climbed slightly until about the middle of the month, but then fell below the € 38/MWh level by the end of the...

Netherlands Energy Market Report - January / February 2015

Power prices in the Netherlands remained stable until the beginning of Dec. 2014, but then, analog to the developments on the oil markets, extreme price volatility returned. By early Jan. prices...