Lithuania’s €360mn Kauno Kogeneracine Jegaine (Kaunas Cogeneration Power Plant, KKJ), a joint venture between Ignitis Grupe, a state-owned energy company, and Finnish-owned Fortum Heat Lietuva, has launched commercial operations, Ignitis announced on November 19.
The waste-to-power plant obtained permission from the regulator, National Energy Regulatory Council (VERT), to generate electricity, the last major regulatory clearance, it said.
KKJ CEO Ramunas Paskauskas said that the permission means that the power plant is technologic...
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