It looks like there might not be enough energy to go around in Germany this winter after all, according to federal economy minister Robert Habeck.
“For the upper 20 per cent of normal consumption, you will certainly have to pay the full bill,” Habeck clarified. (Related: Energy prices in Germany have increased 1,000 percent, which is driving many companies and industries out of business.)
Habeck’s latest spiel contradicts his reassurance from last week that German gas storage is safely at 90 percent. In late September, Habeck promised the country that it should get through the cold winter months “comfortably.”Germany warns natural gas could RUN OUT this winter, initiates desperate measures to reduce consumption – Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD