VILNIUS - On March 27, Linas Balsys, head of the Green Policy Institute, announced that his fellow green activists have started to collect signatures urging to call a referendum on the issue of construction of the new Visaginas nuclear plant. According to Lithuanian law, 300,000 signatures from Lithuanian citizens are necessary to call a referendum.During the press conference in the Lithuanian parliament, Balsys rejected statements by PM Andrius Kubilius that the production of 1 kWh at the nuke will cost from 7-10 cents [0.02-0.03 euros]. “Maybe he confused Lithuanian cents with...
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