We talk about the weather’s effect on the energy market a lot here at BPE. Here are a few ways weather can influence energy prices: Heating and Cooling Demand Weather conditions directly affect the demand for heating and cooling in residential and commercial buildings. When we see extremely cold or warm temperatures, the demand for
Electricity Price Components
December’s temperature outlook has shifted into a much “warmer than normal” trend for the East Coast and Midwest. Weather has been a considerable influence in the market of late and day to day forecasts have a significant role in market volatility. For more insight on the electric and natural gas markets, feel free to send
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