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2023 09 27
Join public market consultation on the development of the second Lithuanian offshore wind farm

The Ministry of Energy invites offshore wind farm developers and those interested in the development of offshore wind farms to take part in a public consultation on the second offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea.  The consultation will take place remotely in English on Tuesday, 10 October 2023, at 10:00 a.m.

2023 09 05
An important cargo from Litgrid has reached Ukraine: a powerful autotransformer will provide electricity to hundreds of thousands

A second aid package from Lithuanian electricity transmission system operator Litgrid has reached Ukraine, it will help rebuild the energy infrastructure of the country affected by the war.

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2023 08 09
The development of a model for the transformation of Lithuania’s energy sector launched

Over the next few years, together with scientists from the United States of America, Lithuania will develop an energy sector transformation model that will provide the fastest and most cost-effective pathways for Lithuania to achieve 100% renewable energy production.

2023 08 03
Baltic Prime Ministers sign declaration on synchronisation by February 2025 at the latest

The Prime Ministers of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia – Ingrida Šimonytė, Krišjānis Kariņš, and Kaja Kallas – have signed a joint declaration committing to synchronise the Baltic States’ electricity grids with Western Europe no later than by February 2025. 

2023 08 02
Baltic TSOs signed an agreement for synchronisation to take place in February 2025

Elering, AST and Litgrid, operators of the electricity transmission systems of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, signed an agreement on the synchronisation.

2023 07 25
Synchronisation no later than February 2025

Today, the energy and climate ministers of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania met in Latvia, Riga and agreed on joint efforts in order to synchronize the Baltic States with the Continental European power system and its frequency almost a year earlier, in the beginning of 2025.

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2023 07 10
Minister Kreivys: “Successful offshore wind auction is an important commitment to Lithuania’s energy independence, security, economy and consumers”

“The successful auction for the right to develop an offshore wind farm is an important commitment to Lithuania’s energy independence and security, which will also bring benefits to the economy and consumers. It marks the beginning of a new phase in ...

2023 06 20
EU Energy Council: partial agreement reached on the review of the EU electricity market model, Lithuania increases pressure on Belarus to ensure nuclear safety requirements

Minister of Energy Dainius Kreivys attended a meeting of the Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council of the European Union in Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, where country representatives discussed the proposal ...

2023 05 16
The world’s leading energy exchange EEX is entering Lithuania

With a formal signing, Lithuania’s gas transmission system operator Amber Grid and the European Energy Exchange (EEX) today sealed the acquisition under which EEX will take 66 percent of the shares in the regional gas exchange GET Baltic.

2023 04 03
Progress and challenges in decommissioning Ignalina NPP discussed

The European Commission’s Ignalina Programme Monitoring Mission took place in Vilnius and Visaginas on 27–31 March to assess the decommissioning progress of Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant, discuss short and long-term challenges, and visit INPP facilities.

2023 03 21
Environmental impact assessment report on offshore wind farms is now ready

As Lithuania seeks to develop offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea and reduce the country’s dependence on electricity import, the Ministry of Energy has made the environmental impact assessment (EIA) report on offshore wind farms available to the public. The deadline for submitting proposals in relation to the report is 19 April this year.

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2023 03 17
Requirements for offshore wind farm developers approved

Following the Government’s approval of the location for the development of an offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea and the requirements for tenderers, the National Energy Regulatory Council (NERC) will launch a tender for the selection of a developer on 30 March.

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