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Lithuania will not ask Brussels to allow subsidizing nuclear energy

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Lithuania will not ask the European Commission (EC) to allow subsidizing nuclear energy, Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius has said in response to reports that the UK, France, Poland, and the Czech Republic have urged the Commission to consider nuclear energy a low-emission form of power generation that would allow it to be subsidized.

“We would definitely approve and support such a decision if it was made, but all our estimations show that Visaginas nuclear power plant (VAE) would be profitable without any additional subsidies,” Kubilius said in an interview to the Lithuanian Radio on Tuesday.

According to him, the above-mentioned countries believe that nuclear energy is as clean as wind or solar energy as it does not generate CO2 emissions.

Lithuania expects to build a new nuclear facility in Visaginas by 2020-2022 together with Japan’s Hitachi as the strategic investor and Latvian and Estonian energy companies.

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