Hesse: Christmas market yes, but without an ice rink: save energy

Wiesbaden (dpa/lhe) - In view of the impending shortage of gas in winter, the Hessian Association of Cities decided on an energy-saving package.

Hesse: Christmas market yes, but without an ice rink: save energy

Wiesbaden (dpa/lhe) - In view of the impending shortage of gas in winter, the Hessian Association of Cities decided on an energy-saving package. According to this, Christmas markets, among other things, should take place, but with limited lighting and without ice rinks, as the association announced on Thursday in Wiesbaden. "We are not credible when we ask the population to save energy and then unnecessarily squander energy in leisure facilities during the cold season," said the President of the City Council and Fulda's Lord Mayor Heiko Wingenfeld.

According to previous plans, the swimming pools should remain open, but the water temperature will be lowered to 24 degrees. The operation in sports halls should also continue, also at reduced room temperatures of 15 to a maximum of 17 degrees. According to the plans of the cities, the rooms in secondary schools should be heated to a maximum of 19 degrees. This is also the maximum temperature in public buildings.

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