Two standby power plants launched in Finland, price reaches €5 000/MWh

Two reserve power plants have been launched in Finland to balance the power system, there is no threat of power shortages, the price of about 5000 euros/MWh, according to the Finnish power grid company Fingrid.
“Fingrid Huutokoski and Forssa backup power plants were launched today, September 8 at 7:39 a.m. to balance the Finnish power system. Fingrid requested additional adjustment proposals from the electricity market and the situation was brought under control,” the statement said.
The price of regulated electricity is currently exceptionally high at around 5,000 euros/MWh, the report specified.