Spain Institutes Temperature Control Law

Andrew Thomas
By Andrew Thomas
August 13, 2022World News
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Spanish offices, stores, and hospitality venues will no longer be allowed to set their cooling systems below 81 degrees Fahrenheit in summer or raise heating above 66 degrees in the winter under a new set of energy-saving rules. The government bill has generated a variety of opinions among merchants and citizens.

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