Germany advises companies to stock up on emergency power generators due to gas shortage
The German government has advised companies to provide themselves with emergency power generators. This is reported by the German newspaper Bild with reference to the answer of the Secretary of State at the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Protection Patrick Greichen to the request of MP Stefan Pilsinger.
The recommendation to stock up on appropriate devices came amid concerns about a possible shortage of gas. The department emphasized that this is especially true for enterprises that are part of critical infrastructure. It is assumed that the generators will have to provide electricity for 72 hours.
Earlier, economist Jens Erhardt estimated the refusal of Germany from Russian gas at one trillion euros. He also added that European countries are doing themselves enormous harm by restricting Russia. According to the expert, Germany will not be able to replace “cheap Russian gas” in the next four years.
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