Economic Situation in the Baltics: Episode III
Green transition in Lithuania – Best Practices, Examples and Lessons Learned

Virtual Debate - from 15h00 to 16h15 CET

Welcome & Moderation

Dr. Florian HARTLEB
Political Scientist, Consultant and Expert; Co-founder of the European Foundation of Mittelstand


DG ECFIN, European Commission

Statements & Debate

Head of Finance and Investment in Lithuania and Latvia, iFuture INVESTMENTS

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Wind Europe

Kęstutis KUPŠYS
Member of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), Vice President of Lithuanian Consumers Alliance

Learning from best practices – how is Lithuania becoming regional hub for green finance in the Baltic states and transitioning into green energy. This event will shed some light on Lithuania’s plan to mobilise public and private funds for its green transition.

In recent years, Lithuania’s economy has been making efforts towards a green transition, setting ambitious targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing the share of renewable energy in its energy mix.

One of the key areas where Lithuania is focusing its green transition efforts is in the energy sector by investing in wind and solar power, as well as promoting the use of biofuels.

Lithuania’s Green Finance Action Plan for 2023-2026 has reached the finish line and the purpose of the plan is to promote the development of green public and private finance in Lithuania, creating a favourable environment for both business and financial market participants investing in it.

However, there are still challenges to be addressed, such as the need to improve energy efficiency of major consumers of energy in the industrial sector.

During this webinar, we’ll be discovering the key areas of focus for Lithuania’s green transition efforts, what are the challenges that needs to be addressed to improve energy efficiency and what are the best practices in projects that are leading the way in sustainable energy.


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