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France in for a tough winter as energy savings loom

By France24
15 October 2022   |   7:23 am
With energy prices in Europe and around the world rising, there are concerns that this winter in France will be tough. Consumption will need to be reduced, and in a worst-case scenario, cuts will be unavoidable. This is just one of the consequences of the ongoing war in Ukraine.

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