TALLINN - Building a nuclear power station in Lithuania is not cost-effective business-wise, believes Estonia’s state-owned energy company Eesti Energia, forecasting that the project, that has been in the works for seven years already, will just fade away, reports Postimees.After a quiet period of more than half a year, two weeks ago in Vilnius, Lithuania held a meeting of the three Baltic States energy companies and technology supplier Hitachi.After the meeting, Eesti Energia nuclear projects manager Andres Tropp was more pessimistic than ever. “Eesti Energia got con...
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