People are encouraged to use more energy from renewable sources and to generate it themselves – additional EUR 9 m  allocated to project named installation of solar power stations in the households.

Project is being administered by Lithuanian Business Support Agency (LVPA) and implemented by Environmental Projects Management Agency (APVA).

The project aims at increasing consumption and capacity of power generated from renewable sources  and encouraging installation of small scale (up to 10 kW) technologies for households. 
According to LVPA director Aurimas Želvys, green energy is not just the cleanest, but also the cheapest, which is important to consumers, while power prices are going up. 
„Ecological and clean power generation is getting more popular among Lithuanian households, and subsidy is an important stimulus for hesitant. People are convinced that private power station makes you independent from centralized power supplier and in an inexpensive way lets you meet your power demand “,− comments Mr Želvys.
Owners of houses, appartments and summer houses are eligible. 
Power station can be installed on the land plot or building belonging to or rented by the applicant. 
Up to now EUR 12 m were allocated to install solar power stations in the households, 5,000 households received subsidies.

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