@nytimes
The New York Times
7 days ago
Public buildings in Spain will be cooled to no less than 27 degrees Celsius (81 Fahrenheit) in the summer, and heated to no more than 19 degrees Celsius (66 Fahrenheit) in the winter to save energy and reduce the consumption of Russian gas.
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@KFunkUF
Kresten Lagerman
7 days ago
@nytimes 81 lmao .... yikes
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@alittlebitoff2
Apocalypse food bucket
7 days ago
@nytimes Thanks Biden
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@DrewB07178033
Drew B.
7 days ago
@nytimes Should have listened to Trump. Should have kept the adults in charge in USA.
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@sytzebaarda
Sytze Baarda
7 days ago
@nytimes Strange story, I live in Spain, only 8% of the gas is from russia in Spain. Spain buys most of it's gas from Algeria and Tunisia. @nytimes please check the facts .
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@TradingLife11
CryptoSurvivor
7 days ago
@sytzebaarda @nytimes Due to bad relationship with Algeria in the last few months 50% of the gas was acquired to Russia
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@UniversalEugene
Universal Eugene Woketopian.
7 days ago
@nytimes Ours have been set to 80/65 for years, due to cost.
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@BubblesVampire
BubblesTheVampire 🇺🇲
7 days ago
@UniversalEugene I usually set the air at about 68°... Which is cool for most people. But I either don't use the heat or set it to 58° which for most people is REALLY cool.
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@Liselot24839312
Liselotte Illemann
7 days ago
@nytimes Impensabile di fare la stessa cosa in Italia, l'italiano non rinuncerà ai propri comodi..
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@AdrianPaulHenry
Adrian Henry
7 days ago
@nytimes So missing out anything within a comfortable range.
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@speirs_willie
William Speirs
7 days ago
@AdrianPaulHenry @nytimes Probably saving as much as 50% of fuel costs (in Spain, at least) - possibly a good way, as well of encouraging the participation of homeowners.
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