Uzbekistan took 7th place in the ranking of countries with the cheapest electricity, compiled by British experts on the Cable.co.uk portal. One kilowatt-hour in the country costs $ 0.027.
Also, the most expensive electricity in the Solomon Islands ($ 0.591).
The top ten of the rating also includes Kyrgyzstan (4th place, $ 0.017) and Tajikistan (6th place, $ 0.023).
In Uzbekistan, electricity for the population costs $ 0.027. This is cheaper than in Kazakhstan ($ 0.039), which has the 16th place in the world ranking.
The cheapest electricity in Central Asia is reported to be in Kyrgyzstan. In the overall list, Kyrgyzstan ranks fourth. According to the data, the citizens of the country spend $ 0.017 per kilowatt-hour.
Tajikistan is next with $ 0.023 per kilowatt-hour.
In Uzbekistan, which ranks 7th in the overall ranking, electricity for the population, according to experts, costs $ 0.027. It is cheaper than Kazakhstan, which ranks 16th in the ranking ($ 0.039).
The most expensive electricity is in the Caribbean, the Pacific Islands, as well as in Germany and Somalia - from $ 0.30 to $ 0.69 per kilowatt-hour.