Bulgarians use the cheapest electricity in the EU, Eurostat statistics reveals.
A kwh cost just 6.8 eurocents last year in Bulgaria, which is 6.8 euros per 100 kwh.
Next is Greece with 7.30 euros per 100 kwh.
Electricity in the countries in Central and Eastern Europe is also relatively cheap – households in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia pay less than 10 euros per 100 kwh.
Croatia is also included in the chart as a candidate EU member. 100 kwh there costs 9.23 euros, while in Malta the price is 9.34 euros.
Denmark has the most expensive electricity – 24.47 euros per 100 kwh. Next are Italy (23.39 euros), Holland (21.80 euros) and Germany (19.49 euros).
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