Electricity and Natural Gas Prices, II. Period: July-December, 2015
Household consumers paid on average 38.9 kurus per kWh electricity
In the second period(1)
of 2015, for the smallest consumption band(2)
which is below 1 000 kWh, household consumers paid on average 39 kurus per kWh electricity while 38.7 kurus was paid on average for the largest consumption band which is 15 000 kWh and above.
Industrial consumers paid on average 24.4 kurus per kWh electricity
For the industrial consumers, in the second period of 2015, in the smallest consumption band (below 20 MWh(3)
), industrial consumers paid on average 31.1 kurus per kWh whereas they paid on average 21.2 kurus per kWh electricity for the largest consumption band (150 000 MWh and above).
Household consumers paid on average 117.9 kurus per m3 natural gas
Household consumers paid 119.1 kurus for the smallest consumption band (below 522 m3
) and 117.2 kurus for the largest consumption band (5 219 m3
and above) per m3
natural gas in the second period of 2015. In the consumption band between 522 and 5 219 m3
, household consumers paid 117.4 kurus in the same period.
Industrial consumers paid on average 97.6 kurus per m3 natural gas
In the second period of 2015, for the smallest consumption band which is below 26 094 m3
, industry consumers paid on average 115.6 kurus per m3
natural gas while 95.9 kurus was paid on average for the largest consumption band which is between 26 094 000 and 104 376 000 m3
The next release on this subject will be on September 29, 2016.
Within the context of the European Union (EU) harmonization process, data on the end-user average unit price for electricity and natural gas is compiled in compliance with consumption bands specified in the relevant EU regulation through semi-annual questionnaires applied to representatives of the electricity and natural gas suppliers. The unit prices are weighted by amount of final consumption of household and industrial consumers in calculations.
(1) I. Period: 1 January - 30 June,
II. Period: 1 July - 31 December
(2) Consumption bands (T) are standard consumption intervals which is used in computation of electricity and natural gas prices across the European Union.
(3) 1 MWh = 1 000 kWh