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Efficient gas stoves urged

As subsidy wanes, lower usage the goal

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The government's energy policy planner is urging food vendors and households to use energy-saving cooking stoves to ease the effects of rising gas prices. 

The new high-efficiency stoves use 30-40% less gas.

The Energy Ministry decided to lower its subsidy for cooking gas, and Twarath Sutabutr Sutabutr, deputy director-general of the Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency Department, said the use of high-efficiency cooking stoves will ease the impact of the price increase.

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