Germany must save ten billion cubic meters of gas

To meet the EU’s 15 percent savings target, Germany must save as much gas as five million four-person households consume on average per year. According to a calculation by the Deutsche Presse-Agentur based on data from the EU Commission, Germany will have to consume around ten billion cubic meters less gas between the beginning of August and March next year in order to achieve the target set by all EU countries. In absolute terms, Germany will have to save more than all other EU countries.

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