Macedonian economy pays the eighth most expensive electricity in Europe, says Mickoski

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In the first half of 2022, the Macedonian economy pays the eighth most expensive electricity (Figure 1) in Europe according to EUROSTAT and the State Statistics Office. It is not true that the government cares about the economy. It is untrue that the Government helps more than 72,000 companies, VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski wrote in a Facebook post on Thursday.
According to the Macedonian Bureau of Statistics, companies that annually consume between 500 and 2,000MWh of electricity, which are the majority of those 72,000 companies that the government claims to help, pay the eighth most expensive electricity in Europe. Namely, according to the report of the Macedonian Bureau of Statistics, those companies pay 10,391 MKD/KWh (picture 2) or it is equal to €168.64/MWh.
According to EUROSTAT in the second half of 2022, companies in the region pay much cheaper electricity (Figure 3 and 4) than Macedonian companies: Serbia 89.3 €/MWh, BiH 71.4 €/MWh, Turkey 117.1 €/MWh, Kosovo €65.9/MWh, Croatia €141/MWh, Slovenia €143.5/MWh, etc.

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