For another month, Greece is at the lowest level in terms of European ranking energy prices.
In particular, according to the Household Energy Price Index (HEPI) data, compiled by the Austrian Energy Regulatory Authority (Energie-Control) and the Hungarian Energy Regulatory Authority (MEKH), in cooperation with the specialist consultancy VaasaETT, Athens is again among the cheapest capitals in terms of price final kilowatt hour.
Rome is the most expensive city in energy prices
In particular, it ranks 12th out of 33 countries, where kilowatt-hours fluctuate above 36 euro cents (€0.3682). Rome ranks first in the ranking, with a kilowatt-hour of 71 euro cents (€0.7156), followed by Prague (€0.6459), while Berlin is sixth (0.5673).
Our country also has the second lowest price for energy, according to the Household Energy Price Index (HEPI) data, which reflects the final prices paid by consumers. In particular, Athens is the second cheapest capital, with a kilowatt-hour being just over 25 cents of a euro (0.2537 euros). The cities with the highest prices are Copenhagen (€0.684), Amsterdam (€0.6750), Rome (€0.6495), Brussels (€0.5753) and so on.
“Avid problem solver. Extreme social media junkie. Beer buff. Coffee guru. Internet geek. Travel ninja.”