'Not unusual': No wind causes energy price hike in Europe
The Global Warming Policy Forum's Energy Editor Dr John Constable says Europe's sustained high electricity prices are an indication of an "underlying health condition" in the energy sector.
In Europe, the wind stopped, seeing electricity prices around the continent rise dramatically, with the UK hit particularly hard.
Dr Constable told Sky News host Andrew Bolt this event is "not that unusual".
"This is now quite standard for us," he said.