Czech Republic relieves citizens of energy costs

The Czech Republic is lending private households a helping hand with energy costs. President Miloš Zeman signed a corresponding law on Monday, which was passed by both chambers of parliament. The so-called concessionary tariff will initially apply during the upcoming heating season from the beginning of October 2022 to the end of March 2023.

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