Fox Sports has announced that it has ranked the most important meters in each of the world’s five most populated cities.
As we previously reported, the meter boxes in most cities are far more expensive than their home versions.
In New York City, the city’s main meter box has a $7.20 price tag and comes with a 1.5 kW solar system, while a typical meter in Singapore costs $7,800.
The city of Shanghai, meanwhile, has its own meter box that costs just $6,900, while the average meter in Hong Kong is around $4,000.
In Paris, the Paris City Meters’ flagship meter, costs $3,600, while in Stockholm, it costs $4.00.
As you can see in the table below, New York is the biggest market in the United States and London is second.
In the U.K., New York’s meter is more expensive but in Germany, it is a bargain, while Hong Kong’s is only $2,000 less expensive.
The U.S. also comes in at the top of the list.
The average U.T. price of the most expensive meter in the country is $3.65, but the average price in New York State is just $2.85.
The best meter in Europe is also in the U, although the city of Helsinki, Finland, is ranked in the bottom half of the country for its meter prices.
The price of a standard meter in France is around 20 euros ($22), while the price of an electric meter in Spain is around 70 euros ($85).
The average meter price in Germany is around 60 euros ($75) while in the Netherlands, it’s around $5.50.
The price in Spain and Germany is a little higher in Germany than in France.
The top 10 most expensive meters in the world are as follows:New York City Metering, $7 per kWh; Shanghai Meter Box, $6 per kWhNew York, $2 per kWhParis, $3 per kWhHong Kong, $4 per kWhLuxembourg, $5 per kWhMoscow, $10 per kWhSao Paulo, $12 per kWhTokyo, $13 per kWhSan Francisco, $14 per kWhThe list includes every meter in every country except the U and the UTA countries, which have a smaller market and less stringent requirements.