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PremierLeague-News.Com - The Spanish government has just introduced new energy saving measures

Yorkshire news Brits warned about Spain's strict new air conditioning law PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Spanish government has just introduced new energy saving measures

Yorkshire news Brits warned about Spain's strict new air conditioning law PremierLeague-News.Com
03 August 2022 - 10:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! British tourists are being warned about new air con rules that could leave them sweating as the country remains at very high temperatures. Under a new law passed in Spain, hospitality venues, shops and offices will no longer be allowed to set their air conditioning below 27 degrees in the summer. The laws also ban Spaniards from raising their heat above 19 degrees in the winter under a new set of energy saving measures. And this comes as parts of Spain are expected to hit 42 degrees during the summer holidays, Birmingham Live reports. Read more: Sainsbury's bans man from every store in the UK for life as he is left 'disgusted' In nine of Spain's provinces, an orange 'intense heat' warning has been issued - and it's expected to last until the middle of the week, The Mirror reports. It's expected to be hottest in Extremadura, just above Seville. The warnings have been issued in Toldeo, Seville, Cordoba, Jaen, Avila, Salamanca, Ourense, Caceres and Badajoz. On Monday, it's though temperatures in Extremadura won't go below 39 degrees. In the coming days, much of the country will remain under a yellow warning with temperatures between 35 degrees and 38 degrees. In Valencia and Catalonia, thunderstorms are expected. Spain often enjoys temperatures above 30C in the summer months (Image: Getty) There won't be much of a break at night either, with central regions and Mediterranean areas seeing 35 degrees throughout the night.

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. The weather service in Spain has said temperatures could hit heatwave status. A spokesperson said: "It cannot be ruled out that it will end up being classified as a heatwave, especially in the south-west of the peninsula, although it will not be as extraordinary as that of mid-July." Pedro Sanchez, Spain's Prime Minister, has called on workers to get rid of ties in the heat. New measures also include no store lights on after 10pm - though street lights will remain on. Doors must be closed in shops and heating systems will be checked more often for efficiency. The new bill is an effort to reduce Spain's gas consumption by 7%. It's in line with EU energy agreements to limit dependency on Russian gas. Spanish Ecological Transition Minister Teresa Ribera said the measures would be maintained until at least November 2023. It is hoped the new measures will save energy and bring down bills for businesses and households. READ NEXT: Yorkshire animal sanctuary faces heartbreaking closure Barnsley to honour Lionness hero and ex chippy staff Beth England Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters Experts called in over mystery hum that is ruining people's lives Cruel brothers let dogs starve in faeces, urine and rubbish-filled flat Read More Related Articles Police concerned for welfare of missing Huddersfield woman, 53 Read More Related Articles Murder charge after man stabbed to death in Rotherham street

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