"Turkey ranks 3rd in industrial electricity price in OECD
EkoTürk News Agency / Ankara
25 July 2006
Turkey is third among OECD countries, using the most expensive electricity in industry, behind Italy and Japan, according to the figures released by International Energy Agency (IAE).
Italy is the OECD member where electricity is the most expensive. Italian industrialists pay 16.1 cents per kWH of electricity they use. Japan, where industrialists pay 12.7 cents is second in ranking, while Turkish industrialists pay 10.5 cents per kWh of electricity. "
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