German RWE to offer cheaper energy supplies to Czech flood-hit clients

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Czech energy utility RWE is going to offer cheaper supplies of gas and electricity to customers in inundated regions, RWE spokesman Martin Chalupsky told CTK newswire. Similar steps were announced earlier by energy group CEZ and Prazska energetika (PRE). RWE is offering its clients a CZK 100 reduction from every megawatt hour of energy consumed over a period of one year. “An average household in a single-family home using natural gas for heating, water warming and cooking may save around CZK 3,000 ($156),” said Chalupsky. RWE had earlier offered to provide money for repairs of connections to the gas supply to the affected people.

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