Lithuania

National Energy and Climate Plan of the Republic of Lithuania for 2021-2030

Executive
Plan
Passed in 2019
The National Energy and Climate (ENCP) Plan is a ten-year integrated document mandated by the European Union to each of its member states in order for the EU to meet its overall greenhouse gases emissions targets.  The Energy and Climate Plan addresses all five dimensions of the EU Energy Union: decarbonisation, energy efficiency, energy security, internal energy markets and research, innovation and competitiveness. 

The objectives and targets set out in the plan are : 1) to ensure the quality and sustainability of the use of natural resources, 2) mitigate Lithuania's impact on climate change and increase its climate resilience; 3) to improve the competitiveness of the energy sector; 4) to integrate the Lithuanian natural gas market into the single EU gas market; 5) to connect the Lithuanian power system with the continental European power system for synchronous operation; 6) to ensure the adequacy of the Lithuanian electricity market and power system and increase the share of local electricity generation, 7) to increase the consumption of renewable and alternative fuels in the transport sector and promote sustainable intermodal mobility, 8) to increase the share of renewable energy sources in domestic energy production and gross final energy consumption, 8) to improve the energy efficiency and use of energy from renewable sources in residential and public buildings, etc. 

Documents
  • To reduce GHG emissions from all sectors of economy by at least 40% compared to 1990.
    Economy-wide | Fixed level target | Target year: 2030 | Base year: 1990
  • In sectors covered by the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), GHG emissions must be reduced by 43% compared to the 2005 levels. 
    Economy-wide | Fixed level target | Target year: 2030 | Base year: 2005
  • In non-ETS sectors, GHG emissions must be reduced at least by 9 per cent compared to 2005. 
    Economy-wide | Fixed level target | Target year: 2030 | Base year: 2005
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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