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Among the various measures, the German government will introduce an electricity price brake for consumers, which will be financed by the “windfall profits” from energy companies.

Other measures included in the third package include extending the energy subsidy of 300 euros in a lump sum to pensioners and 200 euros to students.

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The price brake would provide private consumers a certain amount of electricity at a reduced price, which would be equivalent to a “basic use” and which would be a relief for households and small and medium-sized enterprises and incentives to save energy, he said.

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