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Consumers pay less for electricity each time the wind picks up

Wind turbine production lowers the market price of electricity. In Denmark, prices sink noticeably each time the wind picks up, as illustrated during two days in mid-December. Following a period of calm weather, the wind picked up again, causing spot market prices to fall from DKK 0.281/kWh to DKK 0.219/kWh (EUR 0.038/kWh-0.023/kWh ) during December 13-14, when turbines in the west of Denmark covered by utility Elsam started spinning again.

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