On 19th of October, Tuesday (2021), 10:00-14:30 CET time, SHREC Interreg Europe project's partners, stakeholders & the general public are invited to join the interactive interregional seminar & workshop of the SHREC project – "Urban planning and sustainability taking into consideration the fields of building energetic and environmental engineering".

The event will be broadcast on ZOOM on October 19th (Tuesday) from 10:00-14:30 CET time. Zoom link will be sent to registered participants.


19.10.2021 Tuesday 

10’00-14’30 CET time 

Registration link: https://bit.ly/3EZhB3S

Moderator: Laima Kauspadiene, Director of Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park 

  • 10.00 Welcome and introduction 

10’05-10’15 Daiva Garbaliauskaitė – Vice-Minister, Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania 

  • 10.15 – 12’20 Presentations of Lithuania experts 

10’15-10’35 “Low Carbon Society: Back to the Future” – Gintaras Stauskis Professor of Department of Urban Design, Vilnius Tech University 

10’35-10’55 „Green energy solutions living in city: are we there yet?” – Haroldas Nausėda, Member of the Board / Director for B2B Clients and Expansion, Ignitis group 

Best practises short video movie: 

Ignitis Kruonio HAE 

Ignitis Solar Park – solar power plant 

11’05-11’25 “Solar energy in renovation: zero – emission multifamily house in Lithuania” – Vitas Maciulis, President of Lithuanian Solar Energy Association

Best practises short video movie:

JSC “Bauwerk Group Lietuva“ own solar power plant for the company 

  • 11’30-11’40 – Coffee break

11’40-12‘00 „Investing in wind energy towards more stable and reliable future“ – Urtė Daškevičiūtė, President of Lithuanian Wind Energy Association

Best practises short video movie:

WIND park of UAB Enefit Wind 

12’10-12’20 “R&D activities on hydrogen in Lithuania” – Darius Milčius, Laboratory Chief of Center for Hydrogen Energy Technologies, Lithuania Energy Institute

  • 12’20-12’50 Lunch break
  • 12’50 Break out session

Discussion in a break out rooms up to 15 min per question, then sum up of each discussion.

1. “Energy communities – attracting of civil society to decarbonisation process”

1.1. Building integrated PV systems (discussion for 15 min) 

1.2. Attracting Municipalities to PV development in the regions (discussion for 15 min) 

1.3. Dissemination of PV ideas in society (discussion for 15 min) 

Sum up (5 min) 

2. “Wind power plants: development and trends”

2.1. Development levels in the country, region and trends (discussion for 15 min) 

2.2. Self- consumption as a mean for promoting Wind energy development at households (discussion for 15 min) 

2.3. Dissemination of Wind energy ideas in society (discussion for 15 min) 

Sum up (5 min) 

3. “Support schemes for development and employment renewables”

3.1. Lessons learnt in previous financing period (2014-2020) (discussion for 15 min) 

3.2. 2021-2027 financing period – what’s new for renewables (discussion for 15 min) 

3.3. Challenges ahead for promoting renewable energy usage (discussion for 15 min) 

Sum up (5 min) 

  • 14’15 Final summing up of first day

Moderator and audience