Energy-saving plan reduces Spain’s power consumption by almost four percent

In the first week after a strict energy-saving plan came into effect, power consumption in Spain fell by 3.7 percent. That was the figure released by Spain’s Minister for the Ecological Transition, Teresa Ribera, in Menorca on Wednesday. “The response from citizens has been extremely positive,” she said. Ribera stressed that the success was all the more remarkable in light of criticism from the conservative opposition.

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