According to data published by the Eurostat, Serbia and Kosovo have the lowest electricity prices for households in the Western Balkans region, although both countries had the highest price increases in the past year.
The price of electricity for households in Serbia and Kosovo was 6.6 euros per 100 kWh in the first half of 2017, while the average price in the European Union is 20.4 euros. The highest price of electricity in Western Balkans is in Montenegro with 9.7 euros per 100 kWh, followed by Bosnia and Herzegovina with 8.6 euros, Albania with 8.4 euros and Macedonia with 8.2 euros per 100 kWh.
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