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Negative energy

22 Apr 2021 By Ed Cropley

British electricity prices are falling into the red more often due to wind farms cranking up output on blustery days. As with crude oil’s shock slump last year, it’s a sign of power markets working, not breaking. It also helps justify lofty valuations for hydrogen-related firms.

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