Habeck on energy saving: situation is tense in Germany

German Economy Minister Robert Habeck (Greens) still sees a long way to go in saving energy in the face of severe cutbacks of Russian gas deliveries. Speaking in Berlin on Wednesday, Habeck said with regard to two energy-saving decrees approved by the cabinet, this would reduce gas consumption by roughly two to two-and-a-half percent. However, he added, it was not time to sit back now. “We still have a long way to go.” Habeck again called the situation in Germany tense.

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