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Eurostat: 5.9% in the EU consider that their home does not have enough light, 2.8% in Cyprus

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Eurostat: 5.9% in the EU consider that their home does not have enough light, 2.8% in Cyprus

5.9% of residents of the European Union said they did not have enough light in their homes by 2020, according to data released by Eurostat, the EU statistical office.

In Cyprus this percentage is much lower, at 2.8%.

As it is noted, the percentages concern those who stated that they consider their home too dark and that this causes problems in their household.

Eurostat emphasizes that exposure to sunlight in the living space helps to improve health and well-being, while it can contribute to energy efficiency as it reduces the need for the use of artificial lighting.

At Member State level, 10.6% in Spain said their home was too dark in 2020. They are followed by France (9.5% according to provisional data), Malta (9.4%) and Hungary (7 , 7%).

The lowest percentages of those who consider their home to be too dark are recorded in Slovakia (2.6% according to provisional data), Italy (2.6% according to 2019 data), Cyprus (2.8%) and Czech Republic (3.1%).

Source: KYPE

Source: politis.com.cy

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