What is the basis for the at least 65 percent “risk premium” paid by the recipient of a fixed-term electricity contract to the seller?

Recently, the price of electricity has been fluctuating, leading to an increase in risk premiums for fixed-term contracts. The seller of electricity carries the risk of price and consumption on behalf of the customer in the sale of electricity. This has caused many consumers to consider different contract options, including switching to fixed-term contracts at the beginning of January when peak prices were high. However, prices have since decreased, with Tampereen Energia offering a cheapest fully fixed two-year contract at a price of 8.6 cents per kilowatt hour on Friday, according to the Energy Agency’s comparison service.

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