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Companies looking for alternatives to Russian gas

By: J.S., STA

Companies have been looking for alternatives to Russian gas as supply may be disrupted, but this takes time, funds and cooperation, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) told on Tuesday, a day after the Energy Agency issued an early precautionary warning to gas consumers to use natural gas with care.

Some companies warn they cannot switch to other energy sources on such a short notice. The OZS chamber of small business meanwhile expects the government to help out, including with measures such as a fixed electricity price. Businesses expect the government to present measures as soon as possible so that they can plan business operations.

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