Energy: Seenplatte-Kreis expects 50 percent higher energy costs

The district of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte expects energy costs to be around four million euros higher in 2023.

Energy: Seenplatte-Kreis expects 50 percent higher energy costs

The district of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte expects energy costs to be around four million euros higher in 2023. That would be a total of 11.6 million euros and thus an increase of around 50 percent compared to 2022, as the head of the district finance office Axel Chudy said on Monday at the district council in Neubrandenburg. This means costs for heating, water and electricity. With an area of ​​5500 square kilometers, the district is the largest in Germany and has several administrative locations as well as schools, sports halls, museums and a hospital. The district budget for 2022 comprises a total of 594 million euros.

Among other things, geothermal heating systems at schools in Friedland and Malchin, which are to be renovated, are to ensure lower energy costs and more climate protection in the future. The exact energy costs are to be presented in the draft budget for 2023 in December at the district council. For the district-owned bus company MVVG, the sharp rise in fuel prices means additional costs of 1.5 million euros in 2022, as Chudy explained.

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