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Turkish Household Gas: Cheapest From List Of 25 in 2017

Turkey's household natural gas price registered as the cheapest per kilowatt-hour (kWh) in 2017 among a list of 25 countries, according to the latest data released by the EU's statistics office Eurostat on Wednesday.

Among 21 EU member states that provided data along with 4 non-EU states including Turkey, Moldova, Serbia and Macedonia, Turkey had the lowest household price for gas at €0.0244/kWh last year.

Turkey was followed by Romania with €0.0302/kWh, Moldova with €0.0306/kWh, Serbia with €0.0342/kWh and Bulgaria with €0.0355/kWh in 2017.

In the list of 25 countries, the most expensive household gas per kWh was sold in Sweden. In 2017, the price of household gas in Sweden was €0.1197/kWh. Ireland followed with €0.0963/kWh, Portugal with €0.0931/kWh, Denmark with €0.0880/kWh and the Netherlands with €0.0790/kWh.

- Cheapest household electricity in Kosovo

Last year, Kosovo enjoyed the cheapest household electricity price per kWh out of a list of 32 countries. The list included 24 EU member states that provided data as well as Norway, Iceland, Kosovo, Serbia, Macedonia, Turkey, Moldova and Montenegro.

Kosovo paid €0.0658/kWh for household electricity in 2017. Serbia and Macedonia followed €0.0731/kWh and €0.0812/kWh, respectively. Turkey's household electricity user per kWh out of the list of 32 countries was the fourth cheapest at €0.0958/kWh last year. Turkey was followed by Bulgaria with €0.0970/kWh.

The most expensive household electricity price per kWh in 2017 was seen in Belgium, which paid €0.2845/kWh. Belgium was followed by Denmark with €0.2668/kWh, Portugal with €0.2357/kWh, Ireland with €0.2114/kWh and Austria with €0.1934/kWh.

According to Eurostat data, the top five countries that had the cheapest household gas and electricity per kWh last year are as follows:

Top 5 countries with lowest gas price per kWh

Country

Price (euro/kWh)

Turkey

0.0244

Romania

0.0302

Moldova

0.0306

Serbia

0.0342

Bulgaria

0.0355

Top 5 countries with lowest electricity price per kWh

Country

Price (euro/kWh)

Kosovo

0.0658

Serbia

0.0731

Macedonia

0.0812

Turkey

0.0958

Bulgaria

0.0970

(Anadolu Agency)

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