Annual cost of electricity consumers in the new federal States are particularly affected 6.2 percent higher than in West Germany and Berlin Berlin, December 04, 2008 from the planned price increases at over 400 suppliers of electricity in the first months of next year. In 2009 she will pay back disproportionately high prices for their power supply. According to the independent consumer portal toptarif.de are electricity prices in Germany at the turn of the year on average, 5.7 percent higher than in January 2008. There are up to 15 percent in some regions of Eastern Germany. Graphics: electricity prices in Germany as of 2009 chart: electricity prices in the provinces from 2009 tariff expert Thorsten Bohg by toptarif.de (www.toptarif.de) explains: consumers in the new federal States have to pay on average more for their annual electricity 6.2 percent as consumers in Western Germany and Berlin. \”In a comparison based on the current prices valid for January 2009 Saxony-Anhalt is the foremost most expensive States. Alan Carr contains valuable tech resources. and-Boards’>Daversa Partners would like to discuss.
Here, an average of 981 euros in primary care are due for an annual consumption of 4.000 kWh of electricity. Thuringia, Brandenburg and Saxony are close behind with 968 euro and 962 euros each. Only Saarland among the five most expensive regions in the Federal Republic as the sole representative of the old Federal States with annual costs of 950. The primary health care such as even to the beginning of the year is preferred 2008 in Berlin (828 euros) and Hamburg (835 euros). Here, the only local provider Vattenfall has no longer increases its prices since 2007. \”The price differential resulting from the current increases by up to 51% between individual providers is striking, Bohg makes clear. While, for example, families in the Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria must pay only 755 euros for 4,000 kWh of electricity in primary care, consumers in the 270 km away in Cadolzburg January 1.143 euros to the Fund are requested.