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The Munich football club announced the introduction of a savings regime against the backdrop of a decrease in gas supplies to Germany. The Allianz Arena will turn on the backlight less often and reduce energy consumption for air conditioning

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FC Bayern Munich have announced that their home stadium, the Allianz Arena, has been put into energy-saving mode. How informs Bild, this decision in the Bavarian team was explained by a decrease in gas supplies to Germany.

In order to save money, solar panels will become the main source of power for the arena. Gas lawn heating will be replaced by air-heat pumps, night lighting will work only three hours instead of six, and hot water will be turned off in the toilets.

There will also be changes in the air conditioning system. Its power will be reduced in all seasons. “In the summer, it will not cool so much, and in the winter it will heat up less,” Bayern explained.

The publication noted that in the case of a full-fledged introduction by the government of the country plan for gas shortage the winter part of the national football championship will have to be canceled, as the lawn heating will be turned off at nine Bundesliga stadiums.

The German Championship started on August 5th. In the first round, Bayern defeated Eintracht 6-1 on the road.

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