Circular economy

The head of the Circular Economy working group is prof. dr. Žaneta Stasiškienė

Due to current trends and prognosis, it is believed that by 2050, 70% of all the world‘s population will be living in cities.

This means a high level of resource consumption which will cause rising greenhouse gas emissions, water and soil pollution, the decrease of the most important natural resources as well as a negative impact on ecosystems.

Applying circular economy principles is one of the ways to control the anthropogenic effect without harming economic development

Case studies

Advanced bifacial SoliTek solar plant

Lithuanian solar technology company SoliTek has opened In Ukraine, Dnieper region, a new generation 2 MW solar power plant, the first of its kind in…

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Floating solar plant in Kruonis PSHP

Experimental floating photovoltaic solar power plant project in Kruonis pumped storage hydroelectric power plant (PSHP), developed by Lithuanian…

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