The British stopped reheating food to save energy

According to a YouGov study, a quarter of families with at least one child under the age of 18 have been forced to cut back on groceries in order to buy basic necessities and pay utility bills. About 28% of adults also began to choose food of lower quality, according to The Guardian. .

Finnish companies may stop production due to a jump in electricity prices

Journalists noted that the rapid rise in energy prices will not only lead to austerity in the country’s industrial sector, but will also provoke a halt in a number of local industries. Sanna-Mari Jurakoski, CEO of the Central Finland Entrepreneurs’ Organization, added that organizations are now looking for ways to save their business and minimize … Read more

Polish authorities will encourage saving electricity by providing a discount The Polish government will give a discount on electricity to those who reduce the consumption of this resource by 10%, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said at a meeting of the National Development Council. In addition, the Polish Cabinet of Ministers ordered the state administration, as well as representatives of local authorities, to bring electricity … Read more

The Ministry of Economic Development presented a forecast for the growth of electricity tariffs

MED forecast: indexation of electricity tariffs in the summer of 2024 will be six percent © RIA Novosti / Evgeny Odinokov / Go to media bankElectricity meter © RIA Novosti / Evgeny Odinokov Go to media bank Electricity meter. Archive photo MOSCOW, September 28 – RIA Novosti. The indexation of electricity tariffs for the population … Read more

The Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation presented a forecast for the indexation of electricity tariffs

Indexation of electricity tariffs for the population of Russia from July 1, 2024 is planned at an average of 6%, and from July 1, 2025 – at 5%. This follows from the forecast of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation. .

Electricity went out in Cuba

The entire territory of Cuba was completely de-energized due to difficult weather conditions caused by Hurricane Ian that hit Liberty Island earlier. “Cuba’s national electrical system has encountered an exceptional state. Electricity generation is at zero (without electricity in the country),” the official telegram channel of the state-owned Electric Union operator says. It is noted … Read more

Hadelsblatt: Cheap electricity in the US attracts more German companies Amid the energy crisis, many German companies are planning to open their offices in the United States or expand their presence there, Hadelsblatt reports. Journalists, citing data from Virginia, Georgia and Oklahoma, explained that the states are recording a growing interest from businesses from Germany. In addition to significantly lower energy tariffs, they are … Read more