TotalEnergies announces a “gas check” of 100 euros for its customers “in energy poverty”

The insecurity has hit part of the French population hard. To help the families most affected by the crisis and in particular by the rise in gas prices, Patrick Pouyanné, CEO of TotalEnergies, announced on the morning of RTLthis Wednesday 9 February two solidarity measures.

Initially, the French men and women who benefit from the 100 euro allowance will also receive a “gas check” from the French company, also worth 100 euros. “200,000 TotalEnergies customers, in fuel poverty, are affected by this measure”told the CEO: RTL† The credit must be received from the next billing, he assured before declaring the second measure planned by TotalEnergies.

“And for fuel, the group offers cash discounts of 10 cents per liter in rural areas. † This measure will be deployed for 3 months from Monday 14 February at more than 1,100 stations in municipalities with fewer than 6,000 inhabitants. They were chosen because they are places where “the car is essential”, justified Patrick Pouyanné.

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