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Dainius Kreivys

Minister

Contacts of Ministry

Gedimino av. 38, LT-01104 Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone: +370 5 203 4696
Fax: +370 5 203 4692
E-mail: info@enmin.lt

News

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2021 05 11
Market participant complaints also discussed during negotiations on a new methodology for trading electricity from third countries

“The methodology for trading electricity from third countries unilaterally applied by Latvia and Estonia may cost Lithuanian consumers an extra EUR 100 million per year,” said Vice-Minister of Energy Albinas Zananavičius after today’s BEMIP meeting, during which Lithuania, mediated ...

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2021 05 06
Dainius Kreivys: “The current methodology for trading electricity from third countries artificially raises electricity prices in Lithuania and distorts the EU market”

“As long as there is no trilateral agreement between the Baltic States on the rules for trading electricity from third countries, not only our security suffers, but also the EU electricity market,” says Minister of Energy Dainius ...

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2021 04 29
Electricity storage facilities recognised as critical to ensuring national security

The Cabinet of Ministers has approved the Government’s resolutions which include the batteries that will ensure uninterrupted operation of the power system until synchronisation is complete in the list of synchronisation projects, and also add to the synchronisation actions and measures plan, which details the actions and measures for the ...

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2021 04 28
IEA gives the Lithuanian energy sector a positive assessment

The International Energy Agency (IEA) claims that Lithuania has significantly strengthened its energy sector, particularly commending the synchronisation of its electricity network with the continental European network as well as its transition to renewable energy. All this was discussed today at the public presentation of the IEA report.