German Presidential Palace shuts down night lights to save electricity

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 Titanium Media App reported on July 26 that the German Press Agency quoted the German Presidential Spokesperson as saying on the 25th that the official residence of German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will be turned off at night to save electricity. Due to the energy crisis, the Bellevue Palace, the official residence of the German president, will only be lit at night during important visits, the spokesman said. Meanwhile, Bellevue Palace is considering the possibility of geothermal heating. According to the latest research by the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, more and more German companies have been forced to suspend or reduce production due to the sharp rise in natural gas prices. German Chancellor Scholz on July 9 again issued a warning on the impact of the energy crisis, saying that energy shortages may affect Germany for several years. (Source: Overseas Network)

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