How much it costs to charge a Tesla in each country



Doubts about whether it is more expensive to have an electric car or a combustion car are still common, but the guys at 'Comparethemarket' have produced a study in which they calculate how much it costs to charge a Tesla in the world.

As with diesel or gasoline cars, the price of charging an electric car will depend a lot on where you live and/or meet, so it needs to be nuanced. Indeed, they are generally distinguished by their efficiency and low operating costs.

But is it really cheap to drive an electric car? This report has studied the average cost of electricity per household worldwide (kWh) to estimate how much it would cost to run an electric vehicle with a maximum potential load.

The chosen model has been the Tesla Model S with the 100 kWh battery and a total charge of 416 km. In the table, you can see the price per kWh - taking as a reference the data of the World Bank 2019, the most recent - and finally, the total price to charge a Tesla. Are you able to guess where Spain is?



How much it costs to charge a Tesla in the world 

Turkey 0,075 € 7,48 €
Lithuania 0,080 € 7,98 €
Norway 0,085 € 8,48 €
Austria 0,086 € 8,57 €
Chile 0,086 € 8,57 €
Estonia $0.087 8,65 €
Sweden $0.087 $8.74
Latvia $0.096 $9.58
South Korea $0.096 $9.58
New Zealand $0.101 $10.08
Luxembourg $0.102 $10.16
Iceland $0.102 $10.25
Canada $0.103 $10.33
Finland $0.112 $11.17
France $0.114 $11.42
Switzerland $0.114 $11.42
Poland $0.115 $11.51
Czech Republic $0.116 $11.59
Netherlands $0.121 $12.10
Slovakia $0.131 $13.10
United States $0.137 $13.69
Belgium $0.140 $14.03
Italy $0.141 $14.11
United Kingdom $0.149 $14.87
Hungary $0.151 $15.12
Ireland $0.160 $15.96
Australia $0.171 $17.14
Greece $0.171 $17.14
Portugal $0.186 $18.65
Japan $0.199 $19.91
Denmark $0.203 $20.33
Germany $0.215 $21.50
Spain $0.218 $21.84
Slovenia $0.223 $22.34

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