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Energy Quantified's Eylert Ellefsen on Montel Weekly podcast

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Mild weather, lots of precipitation

Hydro levels in the Nordic region are at levels never seen before at this time of year, while southern parts of Europe have also been very wet. Listen to Mr Hydrology, aka Eylert Ellefsen, talk about the unusually high precipitation and the impact on wholesale power prices from Trondheim to Tarragona.

Montel Weekly podcast

Market insights from people in the know. Montel Weekly is a podcast dedicated to energy news from markets in Europe and beyond. Every week they invite key industry experts to share insights and to discuss latest developments.

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