Electricity and hot water are officially rationed in Germany, a decision that will disrupt social peace as authoritative analysts report. They even emphasize that the decision for a maximum temperature of 17 degrees at night can kill infants and the elderly!
And that’s just the beginning. What will happen to the country’s industry? Many are now talking about chaos that the country has not seen since the war.
At 17 degrees the temperature!
Germany’s largest real estate company Vonovia has announced that in its buildings with a central heating system the temperature will be limited to 17 degrees from 23:00 to 06:00.
During the day the heating will work normally, while the measure does not affect the supply of hot water. Vonovia has around 490,000 apartments across the country, of which around half have a central heating system.
The relevant adjustment will be made in the buildings during the regular maintenance carried out before the start of the heating season and it is estimated that it will ensure a saving of 8%. In the letter that Vonovia has started sending to its customers, it is specifically mentioned:
“As responsible owners, we want to contribute, for the good of the environment and your wallet. That’s why today, as part of routine maintenance, we adjusted the thermostat so that between 11:00 p.m. and 06:00 a.m. the temperature is limited to 17 degrees.” The company speaks of “transparent communication” with the tenants of its properties.
According to the newspaper BILD, the real estate company Deutsche Wohnen, which has 150,000 apartments, is considering similar plans, however, it also ruled out the possibility of limiting the supply of hot water.
Others will turn off the hot water for some hours
In Saxony, the housing association Dippoldiswalde, which represents about 100 apartments, decided to cut off the water supply at certain times in order to reduce energy costs for tenants, prompting strong reactions, even from the federal Minister of Construction, Clara Gewitz, which stated that a homeowner’s association is not allowed to shut off the hot water to its tenants.
“It’s just illegal,” he stressed.
In a similar context, the Real Estate Tenants Association announced that the restriction of the supply of hot water is a reason for reducing the rent.
However, according to the Association of Real Estate Companies GdW, many companies in the sector are considering ways to save energy, as, as it emphasizes, the average cost price for all types of energy increased in May by 37% compared to the corresponding period of 2021. The increase corresponds to an additional cost of 508 euros per year for a one-person household.
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