VILNIUS - Lithuanian Minister of Energy Arvydas Sekmokas is worried whether the new government will preserve the continuity of the national energy policy; therefore, Sekmokas considers the National Control Commission for Prices and Energy’s intention to increase the electricity price as a clear sign in deciding how Lithuania plans to provide itself with electricity in the future, reports ELTA.“Electricity is getting more expensive, firstly because of the difficulty to forecast natural gas prices and sharply rising subsidies for green energy. If the dependence on a single...
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