Eiffel Tower goes dark early to save energy in France

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Eiffel tower goes dark early to save energy in france

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Eiffel Tower goes dark early to save energy in France” – below is their description.

The lights went out early at Paris’ famous landmarks, the Eiffel Tower.

The iconic tower shut off its dazzling lights as part of an initiative to save electricity.

It is normally illuminated until 1 a.m.

Russia has reduced natural gas supplies to several European countries sending prices for gas and electricity surging.

France and Europe face risks of power shortages, rationing and blackouts when energy demand surges this winter.

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