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German Gas Consumption Down 15% in H1

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German gas consumption was down 15% in H1 2022 compared to H1 2021, according to power industry association BDEW on Tuesday.

  • Even when adjusting for the mild spring temperatures gas consumption fell by 8%.
  • They said high energy prices, weaker economic developments and personally motivated energy-saving could have contributed to the decline
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German gas consumption was down 15% in H1 2022 compared to H1 2021, according to power industry association BDEW on Tuesday.

  • Even when adjusting for the mild spring temperatures gas consumption fell by 8%.
  • They said high energy prices, weaker economic developments and personally motivated energy-saving could have contributed to the decline