Lithuania to plug in to EU markets

  • 2009-03-25
  • Interview by Justinas Vainilavicius
Controversial energy holdings company Lithuanian Electricity Organization, more commonly called LEO LT, has undertaken several strategic energy projects. These include building electricity links to Poland and Sweden and a new nuclear power plant to replace the one at Ignalina. Vilius Bernatonis, LEO LT board member, spoke with The Baltic Times about the company's aims and problems. What are the biggest problems LEO LT encounters right now? How do you solve them? One of the apparent issues obstructing LEO LT operations is the public distrust in LEO LT. There is no clarity regardin...
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