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International projects

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Increasing further the safety of light water nuclear reactors in the new operating conditions induced by their integration in a more varied energy mix brings many new challenges for fMore

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The EDIH4IAE.LT will enable Agro-food, Energy and Industry businesses and Public Authorities in Western and Central region of Lithuania to integrate environmental, digital, and societMore

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Small Modular Reactors (SMR) are one of the key options for the near-term deployment of new nuclear reactors. Currently in Europe there is a growing interest towards the deployment ofMore

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Program: Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014-2020 Period: 2022.04.01 – 2022.07.31 Website: https://locagas.beic.nu/ The European Union has set ambitious targets related to the tMore

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The project aims to establish and clarify the benefits and added value of more aligned and harmonised regulations and standards for prioritised topics related to decommissioning and iMore

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LEI coordinated project "Towards harmonisation in licensing of future nuclear power technologies in Europe" (HARMONISE). Innovative fission and fusion installations encompass novelMore

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The BIORET project is about sustainable heat and electricity production in the Baltic Sea region. It will focus on the creation of a transnational network for knowledge and experienceMore

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PROJECT CODE: BI-LT/20-22-002 PROJECT TITLE: Understanding hygroscopic properties of wood through multiscale modelling (HYGRO-WOOD) PROJECT LEADER: Veerapandian Ponnuchamy, More

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About the Project: Lithuania has ratified the Paris Agreement and, together with other EU Member States (MS), has made a binding commitment to reduce greenhouse gases (GHG) emissionsMore

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Implementation of activities described in the Roadmap to Fusion during Horizon Europe through a Joint Programme of the members of the EUROfusion consortium under Horizon Europe. AcMore

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The project seeks to develop specialized concrete for the long-term storage of hazardous waste, which can be immobilized in concrete containers or directly in the concrete mass. DeMore

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By 2030, the bio-based economy is expected to have grown significantly in Europe. One of the pillars of this bioeconomy is the concept of BIOREFINERY, the sustainable processing of seMore

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The project seeks to develop technological solutions for use of aluminium waste application on electricity generation using hydrogen produced after (waste) aluminium-water reaction. RMore

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Impacts of ambitious energy policy pathways (Amber) project will analyse energy policy pathways for the Baltic countries until 2050. The analysis will consider national and EU energy More

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Public summary (Research questions, analytical and practical approach) The 5th Generation District Heating and Cooling (5GDHC) network has great advantages in integration of low teMore

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Establishment of Nordic-Baltic PhD and researcher mobility network in the field of the bioenergy (REMONET-Bioenergy) NERP (Nordic Energy Programme). Period of project implementatiMore

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Many complex process-based models are available in Europe to project future climate impacts. Yet, the current climate impact research community is fragmented, modeling mostly individuMore

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The aim of TRANSWAT project is to ensure joint assessment and management of trans-boundary river and lake water bodies which hydromorphological and/or ecological quality pose a riMore

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Twinning for Promoting Excellence, Ability and Knowledge to develop advanced waste gasification Solutions (TWIN-PEAKS). The Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI) and Vytautas Magnus UnMore

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In the main stage project LowTEMP, capacity building with regard to LTDH is one work focus and on this background the “LowTEMP training package” will be developed until the end of 202More

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Europe is set to be a global role model in energy transition. It has made significant progress in building level innovations and is now stepping up efforts towards city-wide transformMore

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This Coordinated Research Project (CRP) seeks to advance the fundamental fusion-material research and technologies, in close connection with high gain target development, and enhanceMore

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In order to assess the ability of spent fuel assemblies to meet the requirements for transition from one back end fuel cycle step to another, certain characteristics have to be known More

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The Objective: The European Green Deal, an ambitious growth strategy aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), calls for the mobilization of the industry. Indeed, while iMore

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Development of a framework to assess resilience of energy systems by quantitative indicators Commissioned by the EC Joint Research Center.More

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The Coordinated Research Project (CRP) aims to progress the understanding and modelling and simulation of major physical phenomena occurring in the strategy of In-Vessel Melt RetentioMore

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CACTUS aims to sensitise Central and Eastern European energy and climate stakeholders (scenario builders, policy makers, etc.) about energy sufficiency, and to model its integratiMore

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The decommissioning of closed graphite moderated nuclear reactors worldwide is still in its early stages with the majority of reactors in “safe store” condition. For these reactors, tMore

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This project will explore how the Nordic and Baltic countries can develop better and more extensive energy scenarios in the primary cases of Denmark, Latvia and Lithuania. The projMore

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The FasTen project will explore the potential to accelerate the decarbonisation of the Baltic States in the next 5-15 years. The project aims to “promote energy research and analysis More

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The idea of ​​the project is to compare methodological approaches to modeling and technical capacity of calculation codes to assess the radiation consequences of accidents at nuclear More

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Project participants: Aslan Avcı Döküm Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş., Turkey Lietuvos energetikos institutas, LithuaniaMore

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ELSMOR (towards European Lisencing of Small MOdular Reactors) aims to create methods and tools for the European stakeholders to assess and verify the safety of light water small modulMore

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The Reduction of Radiological Consequences of design basis and extension Accidents (R2CA) is an EU H2020 project launched in September 2019. It will run for four years and is coordinaMore

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Description - Advanced understanding of the status and capabilities of multi-physics/multi-scale simulation tools in modeling propagation and consequences of severe accidents in advaMore

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The atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) is the layer closest to the Earth’s surface within which most human activities take place. The vertical profile of atmospheric thermodynamic paramMore

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Following decades of RD&D in support of the safe management and disposal of radioactive waste, and building on the preparatory work of the recent EC JOPRAD project, a European JoiMore

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The overall objective of the MUSA project is to assess the capability of SA codes when modelling reactor and SFP accident scenarios of GEN II, GEN III and GEN III+ reactor designs. ToMore

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According to the projections based on likely remaining life-times of the World’s legacy nuclear fleet, the workload and budgets to be dedicated for nuclear decommissioning is going toMore

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Monitoring implementation of European energy efficiency: European Union Member States have obligations under the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). The EU-funded ODYSSEE-MURE prMore

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Context: In order to achieve the European Commission’s long-term energy vision for 2050, it is necessary to dramatically increase the yearly buildings renovation rate, i.e. from thMore

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Conscious experience is central to our existence, and although important advances have been made in our scientific understanding of the phenomenon, radically different theories are stMore

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The pressure of climate change and the growing energy demand has increased interest in marine renewable energy resources, such as wave energy which can be harvested through Wave EnergMore

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DEXA-MCP extends and applies the 'Motor Challenge' programme to increase the use of energy efficient electric motor systems in the European industry. Electrical motor systems - e.g. fMore

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Key outcomes and lessons from the Main stage project Bioenergy Promotion (2009-2012). During the period 2009-2011 the consortium behind the Bioenergy Promotion project implemented manMore

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The COASTAL Biogas project objective is to provide solutions based on anaerobic digestion of cast seaweed to coastal regions to tackle eutrophication, contribute to the transition to More

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The SECURE project will build a comprehensive framework that considers all the issues related to the topic of security of supply, including geopolitics, price formation and the economMore

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Seasonal solar energy potential and the need for heat and power do not match in Northern and Central European conditions. Consequently, large investments are needed for storing solar More

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The successful deployment of advanced WCR technologies includes the development of design certification probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) studies that among other aspects must alsMore

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Energy poverty (EP) - commonly understood as a household’s inability to secure socially- and materially-necessitated levels of energy services in the home - is prevalent across EuropeMore

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Investigations will be performed for the two types of passive systems: when the final heat sink is water, when the final heat sink is air. In the frame of this IAEA CoordinMore

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01.10.2017 - 30.09.2020

A transnational exchange of experiences and capacity-building is needed to further promote renewable energy (RE). Fostering RE projects facilitated, implemented and co-financed by citMore

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The aim of the project "Solar PV on the Distribution Grid: Smart Integrated Solutions of Distributed Generation based on Solar PV, Energy Storage Devices and Active Demand Management"More

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GEMINI+ project will provide a conceptual design for a high temperature nuclear cogeneration system for supply of process steam to industry, a framework for the licensing of such systMore

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Safe management of radioactive waste is challenging to waste producers and waste management organisations. Deployment of thermal treatment in an optimised waste management lifecycle cMore

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The overall objective of the project is to develop and test the tools necessary for the assessment of the hydro-mechanical evolution of an installed bentonite barrier and its resultinMore

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EPATEE (Evaluation Into Practice to Achieve Targets for Energy Efficiency) is an EU funded project which is aims to give EU Member States tools and knowledge for a better evaluation oMore

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On April 1st, 2017 Lithuanian Energy Institute together with Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre and Institute of Food Safety, Animal Health and Environment started thMore

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The overall aim of the EnergyKeeper project is to design, develop and test a novel, scalable, sustainable and cost competitive flow battery based on organic redox active materials. More

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Project is devoted to elaboration of methodology and corresponding mathematical models (based on IAEA tools) for evaluation of the least-cost long term greenhouse gas mitigation stratMore

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SMIRES is a COST Action funded by the European Union to generate networking, capacity building and knowledge synthesis in science and management of intermittent rivers and ephemeral sMore

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In the project "Baltic Energy Areas – A Planning Perspective" (BEA-APP) 11 partners from eight countries around the Baltic Sea cooperate to support the transition towards low-carbon eMore

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The overall objective of the project is to strengthen the capabilities of the Iraqi Regulatory Body in the field of radioactive waste management, predisposal and disposal of radioactiMore

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REEEM

REEEM AIMS to gain a clear and comprehensive understanding of the system-wide implications of energy strategies in support of transitions to a competitive low-carbon EU energy societyMore

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The 2012 Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) establishes a set of binding measures to help the EU reach its 20% energy efficiency target by 2020. Countries have also set their own indicMore

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The FASTNET project is a four-years European project funded by the Euratom Research and Training Programme 2014-2018. This project has received funding from the Euratom research and tMore

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INCEFA-PLUS delivers new experimental data and new guidelines for assessment of environmental fatigue damage to ensure safe operation of European nuclear power plants. Austenitic sMore

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BRILLIANT

The region of the European Union around the Baltic sea especially the countries Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are not adequately integrated to the European electricity grid. At the enMore

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The goal of this project is to prepare the setting up of a “Joint Programming on Radioactive Waste Disposal” that would be established to coordinate at the European level, national reMore

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SITEX-II

The coordination action SITEX-II aims at implementing in practice the activities along with the interaction modes issued by the FP7 program SITEX project (2012-2013), in view of develMore

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IVMR

The goal of the project is an analysis of the applicability and technical feasibility of the IVMR strategy to high power reactors, both for existing ones (e.g. VVER 1000 type 320 unitMore

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The increased need for renewable energy sources has led to expansion of shallow geothermal applications for heating and/or cooling of buildings. The integration of heat exchangers in More

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​SMARTCATS COST Action aims to set-up a Europe-wide network of leading academic and research institutions and key industries to promote the use of smart energy carriers on a large scaMore

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MultEE aims to improve the ease and quality of energy efficiency (EE) policy planning and implementation in the project’s partner countries and beyond, addressing the challenges of evMore

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Based on thorough integrated climate planning the READY project will demonstrate a Whole City Approach including: 1) Demo of a balanced and holistic approach towards affordable retrofMore

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Flowing matter lies at the crossroads between industrial processes, fundamental physics, engineering and Earth Sciences. Depending on the microscopic interactions, an assembly of moleMore

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The Action aims to merge the efforts of the European research groups working on the Wind Energy Technology and the pathways to introduce it by means of robust applications to the urbaMore

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Today climate change causes serious problems to the societies worldwide and Europe starts to feel its consequences. At the same time European community is facing economical problems. More

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EUROfusion, the ‘European Consortium for the Development of Fusion Energy’, manages and funds European fusion research activities on behalf of Euratom. Thirty members*, representing More

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The ARCADIA project has been conceived so as to provide a twofold support to the further development of nuclear research programs in the NMS, targeting two major areas included in theMore

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Water quality assessment systems in Latvia and Lithuania are different. As a result, the assessed water quality of rivers crossing the Latvia – Lithuania border mostly differs. The waMore

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The CAST project (CArbon-14 Source Term) aims to develop understanding of the generation and release of 14C from radioactive waste materials under conditions relevant to waste packagiMore

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The strategic objective of NC2I-R is to structure the European public and private R&D capabilities for delivering a nuclear cogeneration demonstrator fully meeting the market needMore

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NUGENIA+

The objective of the NUGENIA+ project is to support the NUGENIA Association in its role to coordinate and integrate European research on safety of the Gen II and III nuclear installatMore

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The objective of PLATENSO is to provide a proposal towards establishing the legal base for a European Entity on Socio-Economic matters linked to nuclear technology and to develop recoMore

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Since 2013, LEI participated in the Consortium, managed by the Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire (IRSN), by implementing EU Seventh Framework Programme project AdvancMore

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Plasmas generated in liquids and gas discharges interacting with liquids are today hot topic greatly interesting plasma physicists and plasma chemists due to the broad field of potentMore

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Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) can provide substantial energy savings in the EU countries using the principle of repaying the energy efficiency investments directly from the savMore

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The Fukushima accidents highlighted that both the in-depth understanding of such sequences and the development or improvement of adequate severe accident management measures is essentMore

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With Directive 2009/28/EC the European Parliament and Council have laid the grounds for the policy framework for renewable energy sources (RES) until 2020. The aim of this project is More

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The objective of the Intelligent Energy Europe programme ODYSSEE-MURE 2012 project was to provide a comprehensive monitoring of energy consumption and efficiency trends, as well as ofMore

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A vast number of engineering applications as diverse as in pharmaceutical, food and processing industry, mining, construction and agricultural machinery, metals manufacturing, energy More

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Solar district heating (SDH) plants are a large-scale solar thermal technology supplying renewable, zero-emission heat from large solar collector fields via district heating networks More

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The present spent nuclear fuel (SNF) management concept in the Lithuania foresees dry storage of SNF for 50 years. During this time the final SNF management concept shall be developedMore

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Bubbles and drops are entities of enormous practical interest since their interfaces are met in numerous industrial processes and applications of every day life. In order to enhance eMore

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The European Sustainable Nuclear Industrial Initiative was launched in November 2010 to anticipate the development a fleet of fast reactors with closed cycle. Three fast neutron technMore

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SITEX aims at identifying the efficient means that should be developed through the establisment of a sustainable expertise function network within a European framework with the view tMore

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The CRP will review, test and apply prototype methodologies to analyze Climate-, Land-, Energy-, Water- (CLEW) interrelations to selected case studies. These analyses will demonstrateMore

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Fibre Reinforced Cement (FRC) is a durable, fire and corrosion resistant material widely used in the construction industry. Coupled with the low cost of Portland cement, these propertMore

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NEWLANCER project proposes to identify and implement effective and efficient actual solutions leading to enlarged NMS involvement in future Euratom Framework Programmes by strengtheniMore