According to data published by the Eurostat, electricity prices for households in the first half of 2017 in the European Union were the lowest in Bulgaria, while Romania has the lowest price of natural gas for household consumers.
Bulgarian households pay less than 10 euros for 100 kWh of electricity, while households in Denmark and Germany pay over 30 euros for the same amount. Eurostat analysis compares prices for the first six months of 2016 and the same period this year, with a slight decrease of 0.5 % for the first half of the year. The average cost of electrical energy in the EU is 20.4 euros per 100 kWh.
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