Germany: office heating in winter no more than 19 degrees
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Germany: office heating in winter no more than 19 degrees

Historic monuments turned off in the evening and a temperature that does not exceed 19 degrees in public buildings and offices during the day. These are some of the measures envisaged by the two regulations approved by the cabinet council of Olaf Scholz, in Germany, for next autumn-winter. “The energy situation is again tense and gas savings are necessary,” said Vice-Chancellor Robert Habeck. With these measures, Berlin estimates that it will save between 2 and 2.5% of gas.