The average Czech household spent 13 to 15 percent less on heating costs due to the relatively mild winter, a spokesperson for the country’s association of heat suppliers told the news website Lidovky.cz. The winter was one of the warmest in the last 80 years, leading to household savings of an average of CZK 1,300. Saturday saw the formal end of the “heating season”.
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