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Brussels restaurant goes dark to highlight energy crisis

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Brussels restaurant goes dark to highlight energy crisis

Brussels restaurant goes dark to highlight energy crisis

While EU governments still mull over introducing a cap on gas prices, some businesses are more in a hurry for solutions to the energy crisis.

In Brussels, the epicenter of the EU, a group of restaurants owners have imagined how a future without gas and electricity would look like for gourmets.


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