VILNIUS - The government is going to start heating sector reform valued at 1 billion litas (289.6 million euros) in an effort to modernize the system, reports ELTA.“The government is taking the initiative to start the heating sector reform, which aims to reduce heating prices for consumers as soon as possible. Costs for heating account for a significant part of the family budget; I think it is a problem of primary importance in the energy sector,” said Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius on May 13 after the State Strategy Planning Committee meeting.According to the ...
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