With the approval of Lithuania’s National Energy and Climate Action Plan 2021-2030 drawn up by the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania the goals marked in the EV Energy action plan of our local partner Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) got an important step closer to success.
The National Energy and Climate Action Plans are documents EU Member States (including Lithuania) were required to submit to the European Commission until 31 December 2019 after the Energy Union Governance Regulation came into force at the end of 2018.
The Lithuanian Plan integrates energy and climate change management policies across 5 interlinked policy dimensions: reducing fossil fuel dependency, energy efficiency, energy security, the internal energy market and research, innovation and competitiveness.
It describes the existing policy measures adopted to achieve the objectives set in these areas and proposes additional packages of planned policy measures to ensure that the national targets are fully achieved. The expected effect of the measures presented in the Plan is estimated by modelled calculations and presented in the analytical part of the Plan (Section B).
National energy and climate action plans submitted by other EU countries are available here.