Japan introduces electricity saving mode

The Japanese government introduced the energy saving regime for the first time in seven years and called on citizens and enterprises to reduce consumption for the summer.

This decision was made due to the fact that with the onset of a strong wave of heat in almost all regions except for Okinawa south of Japan and the island of Hokkaido in the north, the Reserve coefficient of electricity can reach 3,7 percent.

It was explained to the citizens that the saving talabi provides for the use of air conditioning and other electrical equipment in order to prevent heat stroke. At the same time, the population was called upon to reduce electricity consumption for secondary purposes, including storeonlarda advertising displays, lighting fixtures and TV showstirishga.