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15:05  22 september  2021
15:05  22 september  2021 Source:   t3n.de

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The increased energy prices and effects for consumers employ the EU countries.

Die Großhandelspreise für Erdgas steigen und steigen. © Sina Schult / DPA / Illustration The wholesale prices for natural gas rise and increase.

One I have ideas that you can approach the problem, but will first advise you, said EU Energy Commissarin Kadri Samson before a meeting of the relevant department chiefs of the EU countries in Slovenia.

Austria's energy minister Leonore Gewessler said the answer to high gas prices is to change rapid to renewable energies. This also creates independence about Russian gas imports.

The wholesale prices for natural gas have been on a high-altitude flight for months. In many places, the consumers already feel that already. According to the comparison portal Verivox and CHECK24, numerous regional gas providers have announced price increases for the fall. Natural gas is the main driver of energy prices, which were almost a quarter higher in August than a year earlier.

Spain's government had asked the EU Commission to develop guidelines where national governments could be based to respond to the price increase. The situation endanger a fair changeover on climate-friendly energy, it says in a letter to the EU Commission, which is the German Press Agency.

EU makes rising energy prices for the chief thing .
The price explosion on energy markets in Europe calls the policy on the plan. France announced a lining of the tariffs for gas and electricity over the winter months. © Fernando Gutierrez-Juarez / DPA Central Image / DPA The price explosion on the energy markets in Europe calls the policy on the plan. The heads of state and leaders of the EU Member States want to discuss the topic at a summit on 21 and 22 October.

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