Energy crisis in Germany: Rising trend in wood-burning stoves to save on gas

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After more than 30 years in their house in the suburbs of Munich, a retired couple has decided to install a wood-burning stove, motivated by the fear of gas shortages and rising gas prices. Before the energy crisis, the Möller family paid around 800 euros a year for gas. This year, despite their brand-new heating system, their consumption is estimated to be close to 2,300 euros. “The only way to save money is to reduce consumption. We are reducing the heating temperature down to 19 degrees,” said Gerd Möller, a German pensioner. “We have also reduced the temperature of hot water down to 45 deg…

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