Because of sanctions against Russia, firewood is becoming a new energy source for European countries

Because of sanctions against Russia, firewood is becoming a new energy source for European countries
    The surge in gas and electricity prices has sparked interest in Europe for a long-forgotten fuel, common firewood. Excessive demand for firewood spans the continent, from the Baltic states to the UK. Firewood is becoming the "new oil" for Europeans, which is causing some new social phenomena in the EU.    A particularly prominent situation has emerged in Estonia, which is now looking for ways to ensure "energy independence from Russia" as declared by the authorities. Officials expressed confidence that in the future Estonia will have more "windmills," or solar panels on ...

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