These are updated through June 10.
On the top chart, I’ve added the 200 day moving average so you can tell when daily prices move above or below the long-term average. You can also see the daily average price spike on June 8/9 when we had the weekend problems with Sual and Ilijan and prices spiked to the P55-60/kWh range for a few hours.
The bottom left chart shows that this time last year prices were already headed down from their typical May highs - but not so far this year.
The bottom right chart shows that demand, as typical this time of year, is starting to head back down to its trend line after the May highs. We’ll have to see how that goes.