Wed, 27 Apr 2011: Stronger nuclear power standards demanded…

“I had to repeat myself once and again that it would not be allowed to trade electricity produced by unsafe nuclear plants in the market of the Baltic States. We will draft and approve the c...

Wed, 9 Mar 2011: Lithuania looks to Japan…

25 with his counterpart, Yoshikatsu Nakayama, in Tokyo about nuclear power, renewable energy and technologies to increase efficiency, he said after the meeting. Japan “has a very high stan...

Wed, 16 Jan 2008: Lithuania to train nuclear power experts…

No more than 30 - 40 percent of employees from the existing plant in Ignalina are to be employed at the new facility. Currently the Kaunas University of Technology gives diplomas to about 10 nuc...

Wed, 21 Nov 2007: Eesti Energia purchases wind energy project…

Still, it will also be the largest wind energy park in the Baltics after targeted completion in 2009. Finland's WinWind OY will supply the project's wind generators, said Eesti Energia, which wil...

Wed, 10 Oct 2007: Ansip wary of Russian gas…

He said Estonia currently requires 1,600 megawatts of electrical output, though in 10 years this is expected to increase to 1,900 megawatts. He said the oil shale fueled generators, which were re...

Wed, 5 Sep 2007: Adamkus: Poland still keen on nuclear plant…

Adamkus also said a joint company would be established in the near future in order to begin realizing plans to link the two countries' energy grids. In recent weeks there have been reports that...

Thu, 3 Apr 2003: Estonia wants nuclear power…

Construction of a new power plant would require EU approval.Closure of the existing plant will leave electricity shortfalls in Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus and parts of western Russia.The oil-shale ...
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