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How much does it cost to heat in these first cold weather?

How much does it cost to heat in these first cold weather?

The cold days have already begun to set foot in the Uruguayand only ten days before the beginning of winter, which once again puts in the middle of the discussions how much it costs to heat homes.

The latest report of Energy Indicators published by SEG Engineeringto which he agreed Ámbito.comindicated that the high-performance wood stove in residences is the second cheapest method and has a monthly cost of $859while firewood in an open stove costs $2148 and it is one of the most expensive methods.

The cheapest method of heating is still air-conditioning with a cost of $598while the third is the pellet heater with a monthly price of $1,163. He Supergasfor its part, costs 1906 Uruguayan pesos per month, while the Natural gas It costs $1,452.

Meanwhile, the electric underfloor heating costs a total of 1,501 Uruguayan pesos, while the most expensive heating method is through electrical panels – with a consumption of 100 to 600 kWh/month – with a cost of $2,677 monthly.

Uruguay spikes in fuel prices in the region

The country remains one of the most expensive in Latin America regarding fuel prices. Regarding diesel, Uruguay occupies second place, just behind Mexico, with a total of 1.3 dollars per liter. Meanwhile, it must be taken into account that the average price in the region for this type of fuel is $1.02.

This data, in turn, positions it as the 55th most expensive in the world in a ranking of 153 countries, taking into account that the international price is 1.2 dollars per liter.

As for gasoline, Uruguay It is the most expensive country in Latin America, with a price of around $1.98 per liter, taking into account that the average price for the region is $1.13. just below Uruguay it’s found Chili with 1.5 dollars the price of fuel.

For its part, the country occupies 12th place among the ranking of 153 countries as one of the most expensive in the world, taking into account that the average price globally is around 1.3 dollars per liter.

Source: Ambito

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