Wind mill and the Lithuanian flag
Energy

Wind energy – 82% Lithuanian’s in favour of it

Renewable energy ideas in Lithuania are steadily expanding. A recent public survey shows that 8 out of 10 people in the country are in favour of the further development of wind energy. The implementation of […]

Professor Gunnar Eskeland speaking at the Norwegian Chamber of Commerce Energy Event Photo Marte Freihow Langeland
Economy

Lessons from Norway in a rapidly changing energy world

The Norwegian Embassy in Lithuania in cooperation with the Norwegian Chamber of Commerce hosted on Friday morning a presentation in the Comfort Hotel in Vilnius that allowed for a peek into the various parts that are transforming the energy puzzle. After opening remarks from Anne Sofie Bjelland, the Norwegian Chargé d’affaires, three specialists addressed innovation from very different angles and tackling very diverse aspects of changes affecting energy production and consumption. […]

Wind mill and the Lithuanian flag
Energy

Energy issues to be discussed at 6th Traditional and Renewable Energy Forum

Traditional and Renewable Energy Forum will be held for the sixth time in Vilnius on 26 April. Each year the event brings together energy sector leaders and is dedicated to provide a strategic energy outlook in the Baltic region, discuss the issues of regional cooperation, analyse changes taking place in the gas, electricity and renewable’s sector. […]

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CORPORATE

Gas ‘an advantage’ for Lithuanian energy

Gas as an energy source brings about a number of negative associations in Lithuania due to the lengthy period of time when the country was depended on its sole supplier, Russia’s Gazprom. After Lithuania kicked […]

CORPORATE

Electricity price in Lithuania jumps by quarter due to lower NordBalt imports

With a decline of electricity flows through NordBalt by almost 60% and growing prices in neighbouring countries, electricity price in Lithuania has gone up by a quarter, Elektrum Lietuva reports. Last week, the average electricity […]