VILNIUS – Baltic energy market prospects were discussed in Vilnius at the traditional and renewable energy forum on October 24th. It was the first time since the referendum on the Visaginas Nuclear Power Plant (VNPP) was held in Lithuania that experts, diplomats and business representatives gathered to discuss the energy market and its future. The main spotlight was on nuclear energy as Lithuanians said a clear “no” to a new nuclear power plant in the referendum that was held together with parliamentary elections a week earlier.“Interest in the event was incr...
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