Hungary is not affected by the energy panic, while the Austrians are threatened with long power outages
“Always have at least half a tank of fuel in your car. Plan as if you are preparing for two weeks of camping in your home! ” – is contained, inter alia, in an instruction package which has recently been published on the website of the Austrian army, the Bundesheer. The measure is needed due to the severe energy crisis in Europe, but Hungary is safe.
A “Is there a plan for B?” in writing they list those useful information at length, it should be done to people if the power goes out several times or for a longer period of time. The “Plan B” in the title of the call refers to the name “blackout” in English, but also used by the Austrians and Germans.
The information published by the armed forces is already running in the circles on social media, sent to each other by those living in Austria and those working there.
“Our lives depend much more on the uninterrupted power supply than many people thought. This is even more so in cities than in the countryside. ” – stands in an army communiqué. According to the announcement
Plan B may be needed due to protracted power and other supply disruptions across Europe when both electrical appliances and internet service are suddenly shut down.
– Michael Bauer (@Bundesheerbauer) October 8, 2021
“Think about what you need for two weeks to make a living. What are the special needs of your household (young children, pets, elderly care, etc.)? It is also important to consume food stored in the refrigerator quickly so that it does not spoil. Plan as if you are preparing for two weeks of camping in your home! ” – states in the statement of the Austrian army.
But there are also threats such as petrol stations, traffic lights, rail traffic, elevators and lifts, and public transport. internet access will be lost and ATMs will be shut down. “Always have at least half a tank of fuel in your car!” – warn.
According to the Austrian Ministry of Defense,it will take at least a day for electricity to be available again throughout Austria “, And for Europe as a whole, they envision a one – week absence. Please note that it will take a few more days after this for mobile systems, landlines and the internet to work again.
“The key is to stay calm. Let’s act thoughtfully and planned! ”
“The supply of basic goods can only be restored prepared” Warns the Austrian Bundesheer.
Hungary is not affected by the energy panic
Hungary is safe because they are not threatened by energy outages against Western and Southern Europe under different circumstances – Parliament appointed Tamás Deutsch, Head of the Fidesz European Delegation on Kossuth Radio’s Sunday newspaper.
Tamás Deutsch emphasized: the situation is serious in Western and Southern Europe. “It is a tangible reality that blackouts, ie power outages that citizens have to suffer for a longer period of time, can be a power outage in the winter months,” the Fidesz MEP said.