Bulgaria With The Cheapest Electricity In Europe
The most expensive electricity in the European Union is paid by the Denmark's households - 24,5 EUR for 100 kWh.
The cheapest is in Bulgaria - only 6,80 EUR, was announced by Eurostat.
After Denmark the most expensive electricity is in Italy - 23,4 EUR, in the Netherlands - 21,80 EUR and in Germany - 19,4 EUR per 100 kWh.
Electricity price under 10 EUR is also in the three Baltic countries - Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.