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Electric energy sale to Estonian private individuals grew by 30% in January

Juhan Tere, BC, Tallinn, 23.02.2010.Print version
Estonia’s energy giant Eesti Energia sold to private individuals 219 GWh of electricity in January 2010, by 30% more than in 2009, as the January temperatures were by 10 degrees colder than before, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

The economic recession and lower production volumes of industrial companies have affected the sales in a negative way, the company said.

 

Eesti Energia sold at the domestic market 787 GWh of electric energy in January, which is by 8.9% more than in January last year, writes LETA.

 

Eesti Energia sold its business clients 461 GWh of electric energy in January this year, which is by 0.5 percent less than at the same time last year.

 

Eesti Energia’s sale to grid enterprises formed 107 GWh, growing by 18%. Exports formed 219 GWh, by 1% less than last year.

 

The average electric energy sales price of Eesti Energia in January at the domestic market without grid services was 470 kroons per MWh; the same period’s average base electric price at the Nord Pool Finnish region was 1,030 kr/MWh.

 

Eesti Energia sold in January 278 GWh of heating energy, a growth by 35 GWh in a year.






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