Eurostat has recently updated its interactive tool which allows to have a quick overview of energy prices in Europe, including three Eastern Partner countries – Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. The tool also gives the possibility to compare how energy prices have changed over time and how they differ in countries across Europe.
The Eurostat interactive tool on energy prices is developed to easily visualise energy prices in one’s country. The user can customise the chart by choosing the type of fuel, level of details, consumer, consumption level and measurement unit and compare the country with others using the sorting feature.
The chart can be saved and shared through user’s favourite social media channels. The visualisation tool is available in English, French and German.
Eurostat also provides an overview of energy statistics and articles explaining Electricity price statistics and Natural gas price statistics.
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