Study: Germany can survive winter without Russian gas

If Russia were to cut off its gas supplies entirely in the coming weeks, Germany would have to reduce its gas consumption by around 25 percent by spring. This is the conclusion of a joint study by the University of Bonn and the University of Cologne. Even if the planned liquefied natural gas terminals went into operation as planned in the winter, savings of 210 terawatt hours (TWh) would be necessary by April 2023.

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