Fri. Sep 30th, 2022

Latvia experienced a record heat wave last August with temperatures plummeting as September approaches, raising concerns about energy bills and the search for alternatives, including wood, in the coming autumn and winter.

The capital, Riga, is forecast to double heating costs, which will go from 85 euros to 170 euros for 1 megawatt hour, excluding value added tax (VAT).

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