25 Oct 2010 09:10:02
Energy in the Baltics
2nd Annual Energy in the Baltics
8th – 9th November 2010
Hotel Best Western Vilnius, Vilnius, Lithuania
Energy issues in the Baltics have been identified by the European Commission as of vital importance. For years, the region has depended on its Russian neighbour to the east as the main supplier of natural gas. Now however, they are seeking to move forward and secure their energy independence.
Before this can happen, a number of areas have to be addressed such as support schemes in place for investment as well as the Baltic Market Interconnection Plan. The discussions will be taking an in-depth look into this and other areas such as current renewable energy developments taking place, as well as discussions surrounding the rebuilding of Lithuania's Visaginas nuclear power plant.
The speakers from the sector's key organisations include EBRD Lithuania, Public Utilities Commission of Latvia, EA Energy Analysis Denmark, as well as the former energy advisor to Latvia's Prime Minister. Representatives of these and other organisation will highlight key issues and predictions for achieving the region's success in energy independence and security.
Join us at EastEuro Link for the 2nd annual Energy in the Baltics event which will be once again hosted in Vilnius, Lithuania. Focused on networking opportunities, our event will enable you to meet with the region's leading organisations and representatives.