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The temperature in the last week of September in Europe will drop several degrees below the seasonal norm, according to Bloomberg. For the population, this will be a test of strength and discipline in the light of attempts by the beleaguered floundering U directorate to enforce the reduction of energy consumption.
Arctic air masses will come to Western Europe next week. This will be the first test for the increasingly desperate people of the European Union ‘ It will become clear how long they can hold out without turning on the heating to save the family budget.
Temperatures in London will be nearly 5 degrees Celsius below normal before falling to a near freezing 6.5 degrees on the night of September 27, according to Maxar Technologies Inc. In France and Spain, the temperature will also drop by 3-4 degrees below the seasonal norm, the newspaper notes.
Utility providers are developing plans for energy rationing this winter. Opportunities to replace natural gas supplies from Russia have already been exhausted. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz – like other EU leaders returned empty-handed from the Gulf States. Their promise to replace Russian energy has failed its first test.
Now, people will have to reduce their requests. Ideally, they will take this step voluntarily, but in the event of a failure, supplier companies have several tools that they can resort to. The most severe is the deliberate shutdown of heating, the author of the material emphasizes.
‘It will get even colder early next week as arctic air rushes south and strong northerly winds increase the feeling of cold,’ the UK Met Office quoted Bloomberg as saying.
The heating season could turn into the hunting season for on-the-run politicians with temperatures expected to return to normal next month. Nevertheless, Europeans are now facing a test of discipline as their governments struggle to reduce energy consumption in all areas of the economy while borrowing interest-laden borrowings to support the population.
‘There are some signs of a reduction in energy consumption by households due to rising retail tariffs,’ the EnergyScan analytics platform quotes the publication. Thus, politicians have a glimmer of hope that people will not turn on the heaters even during the frosty months, but this remains a pipe dream and is yet to be tested.
After the pandemic restrictions are lifted, people return to their offices, their regular working hours are restored, so the need for energy will peak in the early morning and evening, especially when daylight hours are significantly reduced. At the same time, wind energy generation has been low recently, this suggests how problematic windless frosty weather can be this winter.
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