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

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. […]


Lithuania’s new energy strategy to be presented to ruling parties

The new energy strategy, which should define Lithuania’s objectives in the energy sector until 2050, will be presented to the ruling coalition on Wednesday before it is presented to the general public shortly. […]

Exeting the Ministry of Economy and Ministry of Energy

A signal to Russia – energy is not a priority in Lithuania

The new Seimas term begins on Monday, with the Peasant and Greens fraction claiming to hold almost 60 members of 141. As such its proposals will have to be considered by both its coalition partners […]


Lithuania’s LNG terminal: The impossible became possible?

Lithuania’s LNG terminal in Klaipėda, launched in late 2014, has been a symbol of its aspiration towards energy independence, although maintaining the facility has proved a heavy financial load. That, however, is changing. […]


What are the dangers of Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant to Lithuania?

Lithuania is stepping up its opposition to the nuclear power plant that Belarus is building in Astravyets, just across the common border, after reports of incidents at the construction site is coming in. A leading energy expert explains the dangers of the plant and what could be done to mitigating them.

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Wind power production grew more than 50% in Lithuania

During the first six months of 2016, electricity production in wind farms in Lithuania increased by 53.5% compared to the same period last year, and is 70% above what it was in 2014, shows Litgrid […]