Top 10 Leaders With The Highest
Top 10 Leaders With The Highest Winter Heating Bills
The heating bills for country leaders living in the coldest places
As we head into the coldest weeks of winter and with extra time spent at home, many of us are using our heating more than ever before, leading to almost a quarter of Brits worried that their heating bills are too high.
To put bills into perspective, we’ve calculated the heating costs of leaders across the world in some of the coolest countries.
Assessing the square foot of the leader’s homes, their winter heating bills have been calculated for the four months of winter; using a calculation that sums up hours of use, radiator wattage and the average UK energy cost which is currently 14.47p per kilowatt.
£3,129.84 – 10 Downing Street, London
£8,346.24 – Rideau Cottage, Ontario
£10,548.72 – Sager House, Stockholm
£18,199.44 – Kesäranta, Helsinki
£45,556.56 – The White House, Washington
£97,720.56 – The Elysée Palace, Paris
£214,799.76 – Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow
£291,422.88 – Palace of Moncloa, Madrid
£417,312 – Sōri Kōtei Tokyo
£993,550 – Quirinal Palace, Rome
A Message To Our Leaders
Our energy bills always seem to be a talking point at this time of year as savvy Brits try to save as much money as possible.
In highlighting the winter heating bills of country leaders in some of the coldest places, it’s interesting to note how square foot can so drastically increase the cost of keeping warm.
We’d recommend all leaders avoid placing any furniture in front of radiators, use well lined curtains, block any drafts from doors and windows, and try to keep the thermostat at the same temperature to ensure heating efficiency.
Stay Safe & Happy Heating.