The decision made by Sweden’s political parties to keep nuclear energy until 2040 and exempt it from taxes will allow electricity prices to stay low in Lithuania, leaders of the country’s energy sector say. Meanwhile, some reviewers believe the Swedish decision may undermine the possibilities for the Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant, which is being constructed in Belarus for Russian loans, to sell power on the Nord Pool Spot market.
Dalius Misiunas, CEO of the Lietuvos Energija energy holding, says the Swedish decision means low prices for Lithuania, which share...
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