In a reversal of its earlier position that Lithuania benefits from its scientists providing advice to Belarus on nuclear safety, the Education and Science Ministry said on Tuesday that the Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI) should not participate in the European Commission-funded international project. […]
After the Foreign Ministry recommended that the Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI) review its position on providing advice to Belarus on nuclear safety issues, the institute is considering withdrawing from the program, a step that would be welcomed by Minsk, which does not like Lithuania’s position of the Astravyets project. […]
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.
The Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI) has prepared the National Energy Strategy (NES) which for the first time discusses threats to the country’s energy sector. They are divided into three groups: socio-political, natural and technogenic. Ensuring […]