Politicians advise on how to save energy in times of crisis. Several of them have revealed what they are doing to consume as little as possible. The attitude was surprised by Magda Gessler's brother
What are politicians doing to save energy, including electricity, gas and fuel?
Politicians advise how to save energy in times of crisis. Several of them have revealed what they are doing to consume as little as possible. The attitude was surprised by Magda's brother Gessler.
What are politicians doing to save energy, including electricity, gas or fuel?
The energy crisis is taking its toll on everything & ndash; not only to ordinary Poles, but also to those who should not complain because of high salaries. We are talking about politicians who so far have not had to pay so much attention to the costs of the media. As reported by the service “Super Express”, Jerzy Borowczak, the KO MP has concerns about the low temperature at home and is afraid of a cold radiator in winter. He argues that, if necessary, he will move with his wife to his son, because it is easier to maintain one apartment.
Janusz Korwin-Mikke, however, is a supporter of warm clothes at home and thus wants to survive the winter. Several other representatives of the government expressed their views on this matter. What advice do Poles have in this difficult time?
How to save electricity, gas and fuel in times of energy crisis? This is what politicians do. Will Poles take advantage of these tips?
Unfortunately, soon we will all face a major problem with a significant increase in electricity or gas bills. Many Poles already receive carbon additives in order to reduce the costs borne by individual heat recipients. Experts predict that it will be one of the most difficult winters we will experience. How are Polish politicians going to cope?
Anna Moskwa, the Minister of Climate and Environment, has already announced that she will continue to save energy in her home. How? By lowering the temperature in common spaces to 17 degrees Celsius, and in more used places to 19 degrees Celsius.
Extinguishing unnecessary lighting, including while watching TV or not lighting rooms in which we are not currently staying, recommends Jerzy Borowczak. In fear of whether the Gdańsk CHP plant will be able to heat up his apartment, he intends to move to his son, if necessary.
A surprising approach is taken by Magda Gessler's brother, Piotr Ikonowicz, who does not have a radiator in his house and heats it only with coal, and heats the room with stoves. Like Korwin-Mikke Ikonowicz, he walks with the household members thickly dressed. It also talks about how to use electricity.
I have one piece of advice: connect to the left, but through the meter. Then we don't steal electricity, but borrow it, because the energy used will come in the bill anyway – he argues.
When she leaves the house, all devices from the contact are turned off by Wanda Nowicka. A member of the New Left also saves water, using, for example, water after washing vegetables for other purposes.
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