The most expensive country of electricity in Central Asia is Kazakhstan

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The British portal Cable.co.uk, which studies the energy sector, compared electricity prices in 230 countries, turkystan.kz reports.

According to the portal, 1 kilowatt-hour of electricity in Uzbekistan costs $ 0.027 or 295 rubles. Uzbekistan took 7th place in the ranking.

According to research, the cheapest electricity in Central Asia is sold in Kyrgyzstan. In this country, 1 kilowatt-hour of electricity costs $ 0.017. Kyrgyzstan ranks fourth in the ranking. Tajikistan is in sixth place. The price here is $ 0.023.

Kazakhstan ranks 16th. In the country, 1 kilowatt-hour of electricity costs $ 0.039.

Three countries with the lowest electricity prices are in Africa - Libya ($ 0.007), Angola ($ 0.013) and Sudan ($ 0.014).

In the Solomon Islands ($ 0.692), St. Helena ($ 0.612) and Vanuatu ($ 0.591), electricity was found to be more expensive.

National portal "Adyrna"

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