By Euro Weekly News Media • 28 May 2015 • 6:00
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THE latest Eurostate report has revealed that Spanish homes have the second most expensive electricity in the European Union based on purchasing power, beaten only by Germany.While in Spain domestic electricity costs €26 per 100kWh (kilowatt hour), the average for the EU is €20.8.The price was found to be much higher than average in Spain even though homes face a tax burden of just 21 per cent compared to an average of 32 per cent for the EU, and way under the 57 per cent faced in Denmark and 52 per cent in Germany.
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