The Sahara sand over the Czech Republic waved the price of electricity. The performance of solar panels fell, energy purchases became more expensive | Economy

The Sahara sand over the Czech Republic waved the price of electricity. The performance of solar panels fell, energy purchases became more expensive | Economy
The Sahara sand over the Czech Republic waved the price of electricity. The performance of solar panels fell, energy purchases became more expensive | Economy
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It is known that the Saharan dog comes to our country in unusual numbers. Here, however, the question is whether the method only damaged the atmosphere, which dampens the sun’s rays, but not as much as when the cloudiness itself is formed, explains the analyst of the company Amper Meteo Kamil Rajdl.

In the end, the coverage was imperceptible at first, and the production of photovoltaics in Estonia was not even cut in half, which was not originally predicted. Because of this, even 900 megawatts of power were missing. That’s more, don’t make, for example, a bragging coal-fired power plant. In other countries of Europe, the impacts were comparable to how they have been in terms of photovoltaics.

It was also reflected in the store, electronics on Saturday afternoon were sold for values ​​close to zero the day before. Later on Saturday, traders bought it for 13 kroner per kilowatt hour.

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