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From September it will be saved: Then a regulation should come into force with a series of energy saving measures. It should be a maximum of 19 degrees at the workplace, retailers should keep the doors of their shops closed, advertising should not shine at night, private swimming pools should no longer be heated with electricity or gas, as can be seen from the draft regulation. The measures should apply for six months - until February 28, 2023.
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For consumers, this means specifically: Agreements on a certain temperature in rental apartments "are ineffective". However, the tenants are still obliged to "adequately" heat and ventilate in order to prevent "substance damage" such as mold.
private indoor and outdoor pools may not be heated with gas or electricity from the network, which is not a "vital use". Exception: The swimming pool is used for therapeutic applications. Pools in hotels, leisure facilities or rehabilitation centers are not affected.
in work rooms - both in companies and in public buildings - should only be heated to certain maximum values according to the regulation: For "physically light and predominantly while sitting", this is 19 degrees Celsius, for "physically difficult activities" twelve Degree.
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On the company side, retail and advertising management are particularly affected: keeping the loading of shop doors and input systems in business premises in retail is prohibited, unless it is an emergency exit or escape route. Advertising systems may not be illuminated from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
In public buildings, corridors, large halls or technical rooms in public buildings should no longer be heated - with the exception of hospitals, care facilities and daycare centers. Boiler and instantaneous water heater should not be used to wash your hands for hot water. Showering is not prescribed.
The lighting of public buildings from outside "is prohibited", it continues in the draft regulation; Security and emergency lighting may burn.
Habeck announced the Energy Saving Ordinance in mid -August and also given the first details. According to the Ministry of Economic Affairs, it should be decided directly by the Federal Cabinet without the Bundestag or Federal Council's participation - according to the "Bild" newspaper on Wednesday next week.
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The Government is being urged to take further action as prices are forecast to rocket in October, and again in January.Bills are set to top £4,200 per year for the average British household from the start of January, after already rising to £3,600 in October.
In August, the EU's gas emergency plan came into force. From the beginning of August to March next year, the member countries should save 15 percent gas - compared to the average of the past five years of this period. How the 27 EU countries do this is up to them. The German savings goal is 20 percent.
In addition to the "short -term energy conservation ordinance", the government wants to issue a second regulation with measures that should apply "in the medium term", namely for two years. In this, for example, the obligation for owners for an annual heating test is provided; You should also lower the flow temperatures in hot water supply or heat less at night. However, the approval of the Federal Council is necessary for this regulation.
Both regulations together are intended to accelerate 20 terawatt hours annually, which would be two percent of consumption in Germany, the draft regulation continues. More than ten terawatt hours are to be saved during electricity. The many savings regulations should therefore also "develop a signal and exemplary effect" - and to initiate other voluntary energy -saving measures.
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