Lithuania depends on energy imports, as domestic production in 2019 covered only one-quarter of total energy supply (TES). Two-thirds of TES comes from oil and natural gas and a quarter from renewables.


Key energy statistics

Key recommendations, 2021

  • Mobilise public and private funding

    Mobilise public and private finance, including EU funding, by adopting robust policies such as auction schemes to strengthen Lithuania’s economy and meet energy and climate ambitions.

  • Boost competitiveness and accelerate the switch to clean energy technologies

    Complete the opening of the electricity and gas markets, reform energy and environmental taxes and levies, and promote energy technology innovation, with a view to boost competitiveness and accelerate the switch to clean energy technologies.

  • Foster the implementation of the NECP

    Enhance energy and climate governance to continuously review targets and monitor progress and implement the integrated National Energy Climate Plan (NECP). Update the NECP in the light of EU and national climate neutrality goals.

  • Foster collaboration on energy security with neighbouring countries

    Intensify co-ordination with Baltic and Nordic neighbours on the design and implementation of climate and energy policies, including the implications for the security of electricity, gas and oil supply as well as cybersecurity.

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