European countries say goodbye to hot showers and street lights

European countries, from Spain to Finland forced to introduce measures to reduce energy consumption.

For this, according to Bloomberg, the government reduce lighting in public places and reduce the use of hot water.

“Member States of the EU intends to reduce gas consumption by 15% during the winter if Russia, which has historically covers about 40% of the EU’s fuel block the tap” — like Bloomberg.

In some countries, restrictive measures may include reducing the temperature in offices, reducing lighting in public areas, durability coal-fired power plants, limiting conditioning, a transition to more fuel-efficient faucets, sealing Windows, and a reduction in time spent in the shower.