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Poland’s climate minister Moskva lowered the temperature in her house to 17 degrees

Poland’s climate minister Moskva lowered the temperature in her house to 17 degrees

Poland’s Climate and Environment Minister Anna Moskva said she lowered the temperature in her home to +17°C in common areas.

“I lowered the temperature in the house. I operate at 17 degrees in common areas and 19 degrees in more used rooms,” Moskva said.

She also called it a “healthy temperature for the body” and noted that one can get used to it.

According to her, consumers in Poland should not be afraid of a shortage of gas, electricity, coal, wood and other heat sources, while saving is still necessary.

As the minister pointed out, Poles have a lot to learn, including the skills of turning off the lights and reducing the heating of common areas in houses.

She added that much could be done for this and a savings program could be developed.

Earlier it became known that the authorities of the Polish city of Trzebeszow in the Lublin Voivodeship abandoned street lighting to save electricity