From 1st January 2021 (not as previously declared from 1st October 2020) electricity consumers in Poland will become CAPACITY MARKET FEE payers. Who it concerns, what it means, how it will be calculated and whether it can be avoided - the first in a series of articles on the capacity fee.
The rise in electricity prices in Europe in 2019 has led companies to look for different ways to stabilize their energy costs. Consumers expect a reliable, stable energy supply at a competitive price. In addition, the European Union's climate policy changes the minds of consumers and gives rise to considerations in the context of investments in renewable energy sources.
Energy prices are changing, the market environment is changing, and the approaches to purchasing energy are also changing. How to buy electricity and natural gas now and then? Will the future bring support in energy procurement and purchasing decisions, or will it help to predict prices?