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Consumer Energy Prices in Europe: Electricity Prices for Non-Households

Welcome to our tracker on consumer energy prices in Europe, sourced from the latest Eurostat data covering the first half of 2023. On this page, we focus on Electricity Prices for Non-Households, providing key insights and trends. For analysis on other categories, please visit our dedicated pages for other themes.

Electricity Prices for Non-Households

For non-household consumers, such as industrial, commercial and other users not included in the households sector, average electricity prices in the EU stood at €0.20 per kWh (excluding VAT and other recoverable taxes and levies), according to the latest Eurostat data for the second half of 2023. This is a decline from the first half of 2023 and also lower than the second half of 2022.

Non-household consumers in Cyprus, Hungary and Ireland faced the highest electricity prices in the second half of 2023.

The below table shows a more detailed breakdown of electricity prices for different consumer groups:

Electricity prices for non-household consumers decreased in the majority of European countries in the second half of 2023 compared to the same period in 2022. The largest decreases occurred in North Macedonia, Norway and Lithuania. France, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg saw the largest increases.

The chart below provides a more detailed view of electricity prices over time at country-level from 2007 to 2023. Note that not all countries have data for the full period covered by Eurostat data:

The highest share of taxes and levies on the final retail price was observed in Poland, Cyprus and Italy in the second half of 2023.

When electricity prices are measured in purchasing power standard (PPS) to adjust for differences in price levels, the Eurostat data shows they were highest for non-household consumers in Hungary, Türkiye and Croatia in the second half of 2023.

About the data

The data presented on this page is based on Eurostat’s electricity price statistics (households and non-households), and Eurostat’s natural gas price statistics(households and non-households). Data is published twice annually by Eurostat.

Note that the article shows data for all countries Eurostat publishes data for, including non-EU member countries, to give the broadest possible picture of price developments in European countries.


  • December 2022: Released Eurostat data for first half 2022.
  • April 2023: Updated with Eurostat data for second half 2022.
  • September 2023: Added data for non-household consumers.
  • October 2023: Latest update with Eurostat data for first half 2023.
  • April 2023: Latest update with Eurostat data for second half 2023.

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