Electricity price in Lithuania jumps by quarter due to lower NordBalt imports

DELFI / Valdas Kopūstas

With a decline of electricity flows through NordBalt by almost 60% and growing prices in neighbouring countries, electricity price in Lithuania has gone up by a quarter, Elektrum Lietuva reports.

Last week, the average electricity price in Lithuania has increased 25%, to €40,40 per MWh.

Last week, Lithuania imported 86% of its electricity, the biggest share among the Baltic states. Latvian electricity imports amounted to 24%, while Estonia produced 68% more electricity than it consumed.


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