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Germany is hunkering down for the possibility of Russia cutting off natural gas supplies, and some cities are preparing for the scenario that hot water for private households will need to be rationed going into winter.
On Saturday, Federal Network Agency President Klaus Mueller called on Germans to save energy and prepare for winter, when use increases. He urged them to use the 12 weeks before winter to have their gas boilers and radiators checked, noting that maintenance "can reduce gas consumption by 10% to 15%.