Energy crisis prompts heating cost turnaround, gas most expensive

The intensity of the energy crisis has brought about radical change to the market, making natural gas, until recently regarded as a lower-cost heating option, more expensive, a study conducted by the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and the Chemical Process Engineering Research Institute (EKETA) has confirmed.

Heating fuel, if taking into account subsidies offered by the Greek State, is the most affordable heating option under the current market conditions, the study found.

Pellet heating is also one of the most affordable options, the study noted.