A new study shows the electricity bills of different households in Europe. The survey is by SaveEnergy and is based on Eurostat.
It turns out that electricity is the cheapest in Bulgaria. Bulgarian households pay an average of 25.50 euros each month.
It is followed by Hungary, where an average of 30.83 euros per month is paid. The highest prices are in Norway.
The bills there are on average 206 euros per month. The country also has the highest consumption.
Sweden is second with bills averaging 147 euros a month.
If an analysis is made on the basis of wages in individual countries, the largest percentage of their income is spent on electricity in Portugal. Luxembourg is the country where citizens are leading by a lower percentage of wages spent on energy.