With renewable energy the supply comes for free, as there are hardly no variable costs for wind or solar power. The main risk is in correctly forecasting the impact of weather in the Day Ahead and Intraday power prices. These risks will only increase when more renewable sources come available. Just like the cannibalization effect; a wind producer only produces when there is sufficient wind. However, it also means that you and your competitor are producing at relatively low costs. Leading to a lower power price as there is suddenly cheap produced power available. Weather is still difficult to predict, even on a T+0 or T+1 basis. So Day Ahead and Intraday power prices will only be more volatile as they currently are already with the increase of renewable power. But as a producer you can use Priogen’s proprietary Wind & Solar forecasting service to get an edge on the impact of weather on power prices and to extract more value from your assets.