After Montenegro, Albania has the highest power supply prices in the region. This is suggested by the figures supplied by the European Institute of Statistics, EUROSTAT.
According to this institute, average price per 100 kw/h in Albania in the second half of 2017 was 8.6 euros. In Serbia, this price was 7 euros, in FYROM it was 8.1 euros, in Kosovo it was 6.5 euros, while in Montenegro it was 10 euros.
According to EUROSTAT, electricity prices for household consumers in EU member countries in the second half of 2017 ranged from under 10 euros per 100 kw/h in Bulgaria to more than 30 euros per 100 kw/h in Denmark and Germany. Meanwhile, gas prices fell on average by 0.5%. /ibna/