MADRID—The Cabinet of Spain on Monday passed a law to establish minimum and maximum temperatures for public buildings. Buildings such as shops, bars, airports, cinemas, railway stations and airports cannot be cooled below 26°C (79°F) in summer. During winter, thermostats cannot be set higher than 21°C (70°F). The Economic Sustainability Law is designed to reduce Spain’s reliance on imported energy and to save money.

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