The price per kWh of electricity for private households is largely determined by taxes and levies. Prices are given for a household with an electricity consumption of 2,500 - 5,000 kWh/year
The price per kWh of electricity for commercial customers is largely determined by taxes and levies. The prices are given for a business with an electricity consumption of 20 - 500 MWh/year.
Household electricity prices in Europe (annual electricity consumption: 2,500 – 5,000 kWh) were between 9 and 52 cents/kWh in 2022.
The average electricity price within the EU was 24 cents/kWh.
The graph shows that renewable energies will dominate global electricity production in the future. By 2050, the share of photovoltaics is expected to increase to around 35% of total generation.
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