Swiss Energy Minister Simonetta Sommaruga’s proposal to “shower together” against the energy crisis

Swiss Energy Minister Simonetta Sommaruga suggested “take a shower together” as a solution to the energy crisis in Europe.

Different suggestions continue to come from the authorities to combat the energy crisis that started in Europe after Russia’s attacks on Ukraine. Finally, the Swiss Energy Minister Sommaruga drew attention to the suggestion of “take a shower together” to save electricity.

“I SHOULD AGREE THAT IT WILL NOT BE COMFORTABLE”

To save energy, Sommaruga recommended “Take a shower with two people” as well as “reduce the temperature in your homes, turn off the lights when your working hours are over, don’t leave your electronic devices on charge” to conserve energy.

To the criticisms that followed the Sommaruga proposal, “I must admit that it would not be comfortable to take a shower for two people after a certain age.” said.

“USE WET WIPES INSTEAD OF TAKE A SHOWER”

President of Germany’s Baden-W├╝rttemberg State Winfried Kretschmann recently stated that they are facing an energy crisis and said, “People can save money by using wet wipes instead of taking a shower all the time.”

Saying that there is a giant solar energy system on the roof of his house and that he drives an electric car, Kretschmann said that he only heats one room of his house. Asked if he took a shower, Kretschmann argued that he did even better, saying, “You don’t always have to take a shower. After all, there are wet wipes, it’s a useful invention.”

*The visuals of the news were served by the Associated Press.

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