New kid on Europe's power block turning into giant killer

Germany and Austria will separate their shared electricity market next year and this could prove problematic for Austrian factories and utilities.

Time may soon be up for Europe's most influential power price.

For 15 years, futures based on Germany and Austria's shared electricity market have dominated power trading and anchored wholesale energy rates across Europe. With the joint price area due to end next year, a successor is emerging.

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