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Electricity: where is the kWh price coming from?

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This animation explains in a simple and attractive way how the domestic kWh price is formed in the EU and what the different components of this price are: production, transport, distribution, delivery and taxes. It highlights too that consumers are free to choose their electricity provider, which promotes competition and also that the cheapest electricity is the one we don't use…!

Type: Cartoon   Reference: I-066875   Date: 16/07/2010   Duration: 02:02
Languages: ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS, DEUTSCH, ITALIANO, ESPANOL, POLSKI

Tags: Competition | Electric power
© European Union, 2010   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
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