Ghana has been positioned first country in West Africa and ninth in Africa with the least expensive expense of power for families.
As per reports by Global Petrol Prices.com, the nation is likewise positioned 27th on the planet.
The rankings are coming when the utility specialist organizations in the nation are presenting a defense for an expansion in family levies.
The world typical cost of power is fixed at $0.133 each kilowatt/hour (kWh) for family clients and $0.124 per kWh for business clients.
In Ghana, the expense of power each kilowatt/hour for a family is 0.046 pennies which is under a dollar.
“The expense of power is less expensive in Ghana contrasted with the USA: 0.159/UK: 0.265 and China: 0.083” the report cited.
The circumstance is like that of business shoppers, however nations in the area have less expensive expenses for power bills.
This obviously shows that the expense of power in the country for families, contrasted with different nations on the mainland is exceptionally low.
That goes to brace the place of the utility duty suppliers for an unavoidable expansion in power and water bills.
While the Electricity Company of Ghana is mentioning for 148% increment in power duty, covering 2019 and 2022, Ghana Water Company Limited is requesting an increment of 334% in water tax.
In the mean time, Sudan has the least expensive power duty in Africa and the World for families.
It is trailed by Libya and Ethiopia in second and third positions separately.