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Germany’s energy saving rules come into force

By DW
03 September 2022   |   1:58 pm
In response to rising energy prices and dwindling oil and natural gas imports from Russia, Germany is launching a set of binding measures to reduce energy consumption nationwide. Here's what this entails.

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