Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Norwegian and Swedish hydropower reservoirs fell faster than their average pace last week, reducing supplies in the Nordic region.
Norway’s reservoirs feeding hydroelectric plants dropped 3 percentage points to 61 percent full, according to data on the website of the Nord Pool ASA exchange. Norway’s reserves usually fall by 2.4 points in the period.
Swedish reservoirs declined 3.3 percentage point to 59.7 percent of capacity. They typically drop 1.7 percentage point in the week.
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