Electricity price hike – Grocery store cuts business hours

Electricity price hike - Grocery store cuts business hours

Increasing electricity costs have consequences not only for individuals, but also for businesses. For Bunnpris Randaberg, this now results in shorter working hours.

“From Monday, September 5, we will reduce our working hours by one hour. This is, among other things, due to increased electricity costs, ”the store wrote on its website Facebook pages.

“We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause!”

Instead of staying open from 7:00 to 23:00 Monday through Friday, they will be closed at 22:00 instead.

– tough job

In the comments section, customers seem to understand the shopkeeper’s decision, and one writes that it was “hardly done”.

To DinSide, store manager Leif Birger Goa said this is among several measures they are taking to reduce electricity costs.

As a business owner, we take responsibility when costs rise as they are. We have already taken many actions, but the electricity bill is coming and has to be paid. It’s not a good idea to reduce hours, but this is our quietest hour, store manager told DinSide.

Livberger Goa says he has received a lot of support and understanding from customers. Like many others, he now hopes that electricity prices will come down. He also hopes that electricity subsidies will be provided to companies.

– We wouldn’t say no to that. The store manager concludes that the politicians will take care of that.

As mentioned by Bygdebladet the case.

Bathing in the gym

Norwegian companies are still waiting for electricity subsidies. As long as the order is still not in place, we may see more of these measures like from the aforementioned grocery store.

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One place that can be affected is the fitness center. to me E24 Have the Norwegians started going to the gym on their shower errands? This increases chain costs, which in turn will have to reduce costs.

– At the moment, we did not refuse pressure and did not limit the possibilities of taking a shower. As long as we try to maintain service for members, we keep costs down on things members don’t notice, General Manager Morten Helevang of Evo Training Chain says in an email to E24.

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