Here is a perfect example for the countries struggling with the electricity woes. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has issued a public decree, stating that Friday will be a holiday for all public sector employees for the duration of April and May in order to lessen the burden on it’s electricity system. .
The nation’s electricity is highly dependent on hydro-electricity, and with El Niño conditions currently creating Venezuela’s worst drought in 47 years, the country’s  power grid is under serious pressure. In a television address, Maduro appealed to the nation to back efforts to reduce electricity consumption. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
“This plan for 60 days, for two months, will allow the country to get through the most difficult period with the most risk,” he said. “I call on families, on the youth, to join this plan with discipline, with conscience and extreme collaboration to confront this extreme situation.”
Under the plan, public sector workers not involved in food production will move to a four-day week, but have been encouraged to set a positive example by being productive on their ‘day off’. While the three-day weekend doesn’t appear to formally extend to workers in the vlog private sector, large businesses such as shopping malls, hotels, and heavy industry will be expected to either generate their own electricity every Friday, or cut back on electricity and water consumption by 20 percent.
The moves follow other recent efforts to ease the hydro-electricity crisis, which included shutting down the country for a whole week over Easter. Maduro claims that action conserved 22 centimetres on the water level of the Guri Dam, which is equivalent to 400 megawatts of electricity.
But critics of the three-day weekend say enforcing a day off work doesn’t make sense. They argue that this decree is illogical. People are going to be at home consuming energy all the same.
But there is some good news. With the onset of the rainy season in the region just about to begin, wet weather might help to ease the crisis at the eleventh hour.