EU, IEA urge energy austerity to reduce Russia energy dependence

Both the EU and IEA call on European residents to help sever continental dependence on Russian energy.

Photo: Michel Euler/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

The European Union is calling on citizens to play their part in breaking the continent’s dependence on Russian energy.

In partnership with the International Energy Agency, the bloc outlined nine steps that consumers can take: from turning down heating and lowering car speeds to remote working.

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