Tsunami Of Green Bans: German Economics Minister Plans End Of Gas, Oil Heating Beginning 2024!

The Green Tyranny expands as the German government readies to ban oil and gas heat beginning 2024!

Economic “death blow”

Germany’s Minister of Economics, Robert Habeck, Green Party, is reported to be planning a ban of gas and oil heating – as early as 2024, according to the online BILD

Heat in Germany will soon become a precious luxury, affordable by the rich only. Image generated by AI Dall e 2.

The proposed plan comes just after the EU Parliament voted to ban the registration of new fossil fuel cars beginning 2035.

According to Habeck’s draft legislation, homes and buildings would replace oil and gas heating systems with those operating with renewable energies, such as a heat pump.

The first step in Habeck’s plan is to be implemented as early as 2024.  Only heating systems that produce heat from “at least 65 percent renewable energy” are to be installed.

Existing gas and oil heating systems will likely be allowed to continue operation, but only for a limited time.

The Berliner Morgenpost reports: “Green politician also wants to phase out gas and oil heating systems that have already been installed. Specifically, these should only run for a maximum of 30 years – after which time they should finally be phased out.”

For consumers this would mean that only a heat pump or district heating would be options, and so would mean the end of gas and oil heating.

Economic death blow

The latest proposal would mean another huge economic blow for citizens who are already reeling from high inflation, high interest rates and a shrinking economy.

German Bundestag Member Frank Müller-Rosentritt of the FDP Free Democrats tweeted: “Extremely increased interest rates and high construction costs are already causing housing construction to collapse. The death blow is now being dealt by the Green Minister of Economics with his ideas, which completely ignore reality and cause rents to explode.”

Green fairy tale world

Other politicians and interest groups have also come out blazing in criticizing Habeck’s draft radical measures. The association “Haus und Grund” (Home and Property) rejects Habeck’s plans, with association president Kai Warnecke speaking of a “law from the green fairy tale world”.

17 responses to “Tsunami Of Green Bans: German Economics Minister Plans End Of Gas, Oil Heating Beginning 2024!”

  1. Kevin a

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  2. dm

    Coming SOON to your home: Part-time heat!!

    Why? Heat pumps powered with PART-TIME electricity generated by wind turbines & solar panels will replace fossil fuel-fired furnaces & boilers. Furnaces and boilers run 24/7 (when natural gas & fuel oil supplies are at least adequate).

    The decree’s MORE worrisome aspect is: Policy makers KNOW part-time heat is a CERTAIN outcome; nevertheless, they condemn Jane & James Mainstreet to suffer in cold homes, offices, stores, schools … Cold kills and increases the prevalence of illnesses.

  3. John Hultquist

    What will be the “emergency” source of heat?

    1. roger

      Government Offices and state officials’ homes John as is always the case in times of hardship. They are always exempt from unpleasant consequences.
      Here in UK we already have a helpful advert being run telling us we can help our cost of living by turning down the thermostat from 70° to 60°.
      Do you think they are doing this in Westminster? Or in the homes of the great and the Good?

    2. Yonason

      Well, John, it’s only a short term solution, but if the home is made of wood….

  4. voza0db

    Just keep roaming and go take a m[iracle]RNA CLIMATE jab that makes you resist better to COLD!

  5. posa

    On what grounds are you complaining? Poverty, war and deprivation are what the electorate endorsed at the polls in the last election. Germany is a democracy. Give the people what they voted for!

    1. Yonason

      You’ve said it better than I was thinking, posa. I was just puzzled by what nitwits vote for such evil clowns, and in high enough numbers that it makes a difference.

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  7. oebele bruinsma

    It is all about war: When the left protests a war, it is because they want the West to lose it. When they want a war, the reasons may be a little more complex. But it does go to the axiom: “With the left, the point is never the point. The revolution is always the point”. Never more so than with reasons given for or against a war. I hope human reason will stop it.

  8. drumphish

    Find a cave somewhere and go Galt.

    German socialists should fell every tree in every forest in Germany to prevent more emissions. Let them rot, the Final Solution. Cut to the chase.

    More wind turbines will replace the forests.


    The Hopi were right, it is a world in turmoil, koyaanisqatsi.

    Leave it leftists to create a world of decadence and decay.

    They told me to cheer up, things could be worse. So I cheered up and sure enough, things got worse.

    1. Al D

      The average windmill turbine contains over 1 ton of rare earth metals. Making solar panels is toxic and an enormous number of them take up a lot of space. They’ll all need to be replaced in 25-30 years. What will we do with all those spent panels? Lots of batteries will be needed for backup.

      There’s this thing called nuclear power. Unfortunately, it makes too much sense to be considered as a primary energy source.

      Germany showed us how wonderful wind and solar power are. Back to the drawing board…

      1. pochas94

        Yeppers. Whatever is put forth for the public good is opposed by an equal number of oppressed victims with superior moral status. It’s called Democracy. Amazing that it works as well as it does.

  9. Al D

    Up next: One community EV for every 10 households.

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