Lithuania’s Energy Future The end of nuclear power: Where to turn now? Brigham Leslie Geography 308 Lithuanian Energy Extremely important to the country 14% of all industrial employees 25% of the of the total assets of the country’s enterprises
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The end of nuclear power: Where to turn now?
Set world record in 1993 for the share of nuclear-generated electricity in one country at 88.1%
INPP generates far more power and electricity than is needed for domestic use
All crude oil, natural gas, and nuclear fuel imported solely from Russian sources
Lithuanian RE Sources
Table courtesy of: European Renewable Energy Council
Baltic Wind Atlas
Important to the coastal region’s future development