The European Commission has approved up to 62,500 euros in funding for a study to evaluate the technical condition of the infrastructure and penstock site of Lithuania's Kruonis Pumped Storage Plant, with the remaining funds to be provided by Lietuvos Energijos Gamyba (Lithuanian Energy Production, or LEG).LEG, which owns the Kruonis facility, says that the study is needed in preparation for the plant's expansion by building a fifth unit. It will look at whether the current condition of the penstock site, built back in 1985, complies with the design requirements.The EU funding for t...
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