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Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck has once again called up people in Germany to save energy.

Bundeswirtschaftsminister Robert Habeck ruft die Menschen in Deutschland dazu auf, Energie zu sparen. © Markus Scholz / DPA Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck calls people in Germany to save energy.

"I ask everyone and everyone, now to make a contribution to energy saving," he said to the newspapers of the Fundra Media Group (Friday) against the background of Ukraine war. "I would spend as a rated formula: ten percent saving always goes.» The Green Politician announced a corresponding government campaign.

"We can only become more independent of Russian imports if we see it as a big joint project on which we all contribute," he added. If you can take the train or bike at Easter, that's good. "That protects the purse and annoyed Putin," said Daheck.

Man United 'want to buy Kane, Rice and McGinn' for Erik ten Hag

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Dabeck Appelled to Employers, Home Offices

Overlooking professional commuters who rely on the car, the minister appealed to the employer, "if they are there where it is there It is possible to offer HomeOffice to save energy. Home Office we have also made in the pandemic. Where that works, you could work at home again or two days a week - everything on a voluntary basis. "

on the question of which industrial companies in the event of an energy deficiency should get the first no longer any supply, Hadieck answered, to do so "lump-sum say nothing, the structure is too complex». Together with the Federal Network Agency, they are preparing for all scenarios. "However, a situation with supply bottlenecks and the shutdown of industrial plants is an economic policy nightmare. You can not really do anything right - only less wrong. " There were then "massive burglaries" in the German economic circuits. "That's why we'll do anything to avoid that."

Energy suppliers warned over direct debit hikes .
The energy regulator Ofgem has warned suppliers that it will investigate "bad practices" as prices rise.Ofgem said it was concerned that firms may be directing customers to energy deals that aren't in their "best interest".

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