Green transport

By 2027, all metropolitan public transport, taxi and ride-hailing providers will be using renewable energy.

Today, transport generates 23% of all CO2 and 92 % of the energy consumed in the sector comes from petroleum products.

Research and innovation activities will need to be stepped up to achieve zero CO2 emissions by 2050.

We propose changing the light commercial transport used in cities to electric cars and to promote the production of such vehicles in Lithuania.

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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Detra Solar virtual reality software

Detra Solar developed software that creates 3D rendered images of the solar park design. These images can be manipulated and explored on screen or…

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