VILNIUS – Lithuanian consumers have already paid for electricity generated by Belarus' Astravyets nuclear power plant that started operating in a trial mode last week, the chairwoman of the National Energy Regulatory Council (VERT) said on Friday.
According to Inga Ziliene, VERT will not approve the Baltics' new trilateral methodology for electricity trade with third countries in its current form because it fails to guarantee that Belarusian electricity will not enter the Lithuanian market.
"Since there is no certificate system ...
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