750 Euro penalty for not Closing the Door: Europe Scrambling to Come up with Countermeasures to Gas Shortage

750 Euro penalty for not Closing the Door: Europe Scrambling to Come up with Countermeasures to Gas Shortage

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European countries were alarmed when Russia reduced gas shipments. To reduce energy consumption, governments tell their citizens to “turn off the light, turn on the air conditioner, take a cold shower, slow down and don't wear a tie”.
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European countries, which depend heavily on Russian gas, continue to take interesting measures for fear of the pre-winter energy crisis. After Gazprom reduced the capacity of the Nord Stream 1 line, which delivers natural gas to Europe, to 20 percent, some of the European countries that decided to reduce their consumption by 15 percent turn off the hot shower, some turn off the lights.
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Some people suggest not wearing ties to their citizens, while others suggest lowering the blinds… Here are the solutions that Europe, which is experiencing gas shortages, has found for a solution..
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The German city of Hannover cut off the hot water in public buildings, swimming pools, gyms. Public fountains are being closed to save energy.
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Large buildings such as town halls and museums will not have night lights. There will be no heating in public buildings from April to the end of September every year.
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In Berlin, Germany's capital, nearly 200 historical monuments and town halls were plunged into darkness Wednesday night as the city turned off the spotlights to save electricity.
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Monuments previously illuminated at night included important historical buildings such as the Victory Column in Tiergarten park, the Memorial Church at Breitscheidplatz, and the Jewish Museum.
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In the face of the war against Ukraine and Russia's energy threats, it is vital that we use our energy as carefully as possible," said Berlin's senator for the environment, Bettina Jarasch.
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In Lower Saxony, town halls will only be heated from 1 October to 31 March at a room temperature of no more than 20 degrees Celsius. It is forbidden to use fan heaters and mobile air conditioners. German Economy and Climate Protection Minister Robert Habeck also told citizens to "keep the shower time short" a month ago.
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200 buildings in Berlin will not be illuminated at night. The temperature in offices in Baden-Württemberg will be 18 degrees. The air conditioner will not work except on extremely hot days.
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France told air-conditioned shops to 'keep the doors closed'. Those who do not close their doors are fined 750 euros. Illuminated advertising is banned between 01:00 and 06:00 everywhere except train stations and airports. There is a fine of 1,500 euros for those who do not comply with this ban. Televisions in public buildings will also be turned off.
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GREECE

Air conditioners will be set to at least 27 degrees in summer. Window shields will be installed in public buildings. Computers will be shut down after working hours.
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IRELAND
Authorities urged people to slow down in order to reduce gasoline use. It is also recommended that they adjust the use of the dishwasher and washing machine.
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