Moldova is a country with the lowest tariffs for power and natural gas among all the CIS and European countries, according to a ranking compiled by the Ria Novosti news agency.
The cheapest electricity in Europe is in Ukraine and Kazakhstan: 3 eurocents the kWh.
Russia is also in the top with 5 eurocents the kWh.
Moldova is the ninth from the top with a tariff of 9 eurocents the kWh. The Romanians pay 3 eurocents more ranking the 15th.
The most expensive power is in Denmark: 30 eurocents the kWh.
The cheapest natural gas is in Kazakhstan: 5 eurocents.
Russia and Belarus come following with 10 eurocents for a cubic meter.
The Ukrainians are on the fourth spot with a tariff of 26 eurocents, as the Moldovans pay 30 eurocents. The cubic meter is 0.37 euros in Romania.
Sweden has the biggest tariff: over EUR1.