Only small price rises occurring largely off the back of lower temperature forecasts and low wind power generation. These were relatively short-lived as falling gas prices filtered through to pull power prices back down. However, power prices turned bullish towards the end of November and into December, spiking to £67/MWh on the 25th November then spiking to £112/MWh on the 5th December. These surges in day-ahead prices were driven by significant falls in wind power generation which, in the first spike, slipped to just 0.75GW or 2% of supply. Rallying gas prices, along with French power strikes, also contributed.