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Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson: "we need a price cap for Russian gas"

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Spiralling inflation, an unhealthy dependence on Russian energy, and the risk of power cuts. The EU Commission faces one of its toughest winters on record. Energy Commissioner, Kadri Simson wants a price cap on Russian gas and urgers households to do what they can to save energy.

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