Energy minister Tinne Van der Straeten presents the federal government’s information campaign ‘Be smart about energy, this is how we help Ukraine’, in Brussels, Belgium, on April 7. (Jonas Roosens/BELGA MAG/AFP/Getty Images)A new government campaign launched in Belgium is encouraging citizens and households to reduce their energy consumption to “be smart with energy and help Ukraine.”
“Smart use of energy is good for your wallet, it helps us to become less dependent on Russia and it is good for the climate,” Belgian Energy Minister Tinne Van der Straeten said in a statement announcing the initiative. The initiative will run for five weeks online and on all Belgian radio stations.
Campaign materials published on a dedicated website offered “five simple tips will help you save energy in the short term, without losing comfort.”
The tips include turning down the
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