In Turkey, the price per kilowatt hour of electricity for households is at its lowest level comparing with the 26 EU countries. Among EU member states, only Bulgaria and Hungary are paying less for electricity than Turkey.
In Denmark, the price of electricity for households was the highest. So here 100 kilowatt hours cost 30.4 euros. In the list of the EU countries with the most expensive electricity Germany follows after Denmark. In this country the residents pay 29.5 euros per 100 kilowatt hours.
In Ireland, electricity costs 24.5 euros and 24.3 euros in Italy. Among the 28 countries – EU members with the cheapest electricity in Bulgaria – 9.6 euro per 100 kWh. In Hungary, 100 kilowatt hours worth 11.5 euros.