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Germans pay twice as much for electricity as Norwegians

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Germans pay twice as much for electricity as Norwegians

When adjusted for purchasing power, electricity was most expensive in Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Cape Verde, Colombia and Italy. Adjusted for purchasing power, electricity was also more expensive in the European countries of the Czech Republic, Poland, Ireland, Lithuania and Cyprus than in Germany. Among the most important industrialized and emerging countries, Great Britain follows Italy and Germany in 34th place and France in 35th place. Electricity is cheapest in terms of purchasing power in Iran, Ethiopia and Sudan. The Verivox analysis is based on data from the energy price service provider Global Petrol Prices.

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