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Annual residential natural gas invoice in Belgium and the Netherlands 2018

Total annual natural gas invoice for households in Belgium (including Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels Capital Region) and the Netherlands as of 2018 (in euros per year)

by Raynor de Best, last edited Jul 11, 2018
Annual residential natural gas invoice in Belgium and the Netherlands 2018 This statistic shows the total annual natural gas invoice for households in Belgium (including Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels Capital Region) and the Netherlands as of 2018 (in euros per year). The numbers provided are a result from a comparison of total annual invoiced paid by a residential consumer with the following characteristics: "23.260 kWh/year". As of February 2018, annual costs were higher in the Netherlands than in Belgium. Additionally, there were large differences between the Belgian regions with the Walloon region having the highest invoice.
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Total annual natural gas invoice for households in Belgium (including Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels Capital Region) and the Netherlands as of 2018 (in euros per year)

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by Raynor de Best, last edited Jul 11, 2018
This statistic shows the total annual natural gas invoice for households in Belgium (including Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels Capital Region) and the Netherlands as of 2018 (in euros per year). The numbers provided are a result from a comparison of total annual invoiced paid by a residential consumer with the following characteristics: "23.260 kWh/year". As of February 2018, annual costs were higher in the Netherlands than in Belgium. Additionally, there were large differences between the Belgian regions with the Walloon region having the highest invoice.
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