EU investigates Lithuanian measure to support operation of LNG terminal

It will assess whether the compensation granted to Litgas for supplying a mandatory quantity of LNG to the terminal in Klaipėda between 2016 and 2018 is in line with state aid rules

Lithuania seeks to cut ties with Russian grid earlier

Lithuania’s President said the fastest decoupling would increase the energy security of the Baltic countries

Lithuania “cuts completely” Russian energy imports

The country’s Energy Minister confirmed the move as the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues to rage

EU supports efficient heating project in Lithuania with €43m financing

Around 17km of old pipelines will be replaced with modern, pre-insulated ones as worn-out pipelines are currently causing major heat loss and increasing the risk of accidents

Lithuania first EU country to cut Russian gas completely

The nation will now rely on its own LNG production, calling on the rest of Europe to do the same

Lithuania’s first offshore wind tender

A 700MW wind farm in the Baltic Sea is the country’s first to be auctioned

‘EVs get you five times further than petrol cars for the same money’

New research directly compares the Nissan Leaf E+ and the Volkswagen Golf across the countries in which both are available to buy

Belarus connects its first nuclear power plant to the grid

Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom, which is developing the project, said the nuclear facility will consist of two reactors, with a total capacity of 2.4GW

EU bank lends €110m for smart meters and IT solutions in Lithuania

Ignitis Group will use the financing to install the technologies for data collection and management with energy distribution operator ESO

Lithuania forges ahead with 700MW offshore wind power plans in the Baltic Sea

The proposed offshore project is expected to generate up to three million MWh of electricity annually, enough to cover 25% of the nation’s current power demand