While one in three owner-lessors does not know the provisions of the Climate Law, one in two, or 51,2%, considers the eradication of thermal strainers as essential from the point of view of the general interest. However, despite a favorable opinion on the new measures, constraints such as the timetable and terms imposed by the Climate and Resilience Law could be the straw that broke the camel's back for many of them.
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