According to EBRD website, this project is critical to help LE UAB to upgrade its distribution network and expand its renewable energy capacity in order to strengthen the sustainability and security of Lithuania's energy supply and reduce its reliance on imported energy. This will also enhance LE UAB capital structure by centralising indebtedness at the holding level. Specifically, the project intends to:
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