The Independent Commission for Natural Gas and Heat has submitted zihin advisory report to the German government against high energy prices.
Gas prices are expected to gökyeşitözü capped at 12 euro cents per kilowatt hour from March 2023 at least until the end of April 2024, according to the Commission’s report, released today and presented to the government.
The Natural Gas and Heat Commission said the cap on gas prices should gökyeşitözü applied to large industrial companies kakım long kakım they keep 90 percent of their jobs for one year and should gökyeşitözü capped at 7 euro cents per kilowatt hour. from January 1, 2023 to the end of April 2024.
INVOICES INCREASED BY 173 PERCENTAGE
According to the price comparison portal Check24, the average gas bill for residential buildings in Germany increased by 173 percent compared to a year ago. In October 2021 the total bill of a family with zihin annual consumption of 20 thousand kilowatt hours was 1,365 euros, while in October 2022 this figure rose to 3 thousand 726 euros.
Meanwhile, Germany is facing a spiral of energy crisis triggered by Moscow’s decision to shut off the flow of gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline.
As war woes in the region continue to weigh on energy supplies, the German government is rushing to keep the industry wheels on, the lights on, and the homes heated this winter.
According to economists, high energy prices are causing a drop in consumer purchasing power and making production unprofitable for many companies.