30.08.2021 Lithuanias pursuit of excellence in bioenergy brings the country forward in the European low-carbon energy scene

Lithuania has boosted the already ongoing transformation of its energy sector in pursuance of energy security and independence, as well as to align it with the European energy strategies and policies. With the decommissioning of the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant in 2009, Vilnius has increased its reliance on renewable energy sources – the principal being bioenergy – and shifted from a net exporter to a net importer role in terms of electricity.

LEI and the TWIN-PEAKS project show the importance of aligning with both national and European priorities and joining forces with partners from across the continent to take advantage of the many opportunities arising from international cooperation and participation in the SET Plan.

Read full article on SUPEERA project website 

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