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2018-07-04
Successful second issue of green bonds: borrowed at lower cost than last year
Lietuvos Energija has successfully distributed the second EUR 300 million issue of green bonds. The bonds have been acquired by 115 investors from 22 countries and the demand for the bonds outstripped the supply 4 times – investors were willing to lend EUR 1.1 billion to Lietuvos Energija. This year Lietuvos Energija successfully distributed the issue at lower cost than last year despite the fact that market conditions were less favourable this year – the yield of 10-year maturity bonds is 2.066 per cent, which is less than 2.193 per cent in 2017 when the first 10-year EUR 300 million green bonds were issued.
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2018-06-21
Lietuvos Energija is preparing for the second issue of green bonds
Following a successfully placed first green bond issue last year, Lietuvos Energija is in the process of preparation for a repeated issue. Today, The Board of Lietuvos Energija approved the increase of the Company’s Euro medium term note programme up to EUR 1.5 bn, the second issue of green bonds, and confirmed an updated base prospectus. A EUR-denominated 300-500 million, 7-12 year senior unsecured non-convertible, with a nominal value being no less than EUR 100 000, green bond offering will be public and launched subject to market conditions. Investor meetings in Europe will commence on 25 June.
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2018-06-15
Lithuania is in the Focus on Cyber Security Assurance
According to representatives of the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Embassy in Lithuania who visited  Lithuania May 24, all three Baltic countries are working to safeguard the security of their energy infrastructure. The USA is prepared to contribute state-of-the-art technological solutions and tools to strengthen IT systems and ensure cyber security in the region. This was discussed at a meeting involving the participation of the largest in Lithuania Lietuvos Energija Group, electricity transmission system operator Litgrid, Klaipėda Nafta, maintaining a terminal of liquefied natural gas in Klaipėda, and representatives of the Ministries of National Defence, Energy, and Finance, as well as representatives of the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Embassy in Lithuania.
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2018-07-04
Successful second issue of green bonds: borrowed at lower cost than last year
Lietuvos Energija has successfully distributed the second EUR 300 million issue of green bonds. The bonds have been acquired by 115 investors from 22 countries and the demand for the bonds outstripped the supply 4 times – investors were willing to lend EUR 1.1 billion to Lietuvos Energija. This year Lietuvos Energija successfully distributed the issue at lower cost than last year despite the fact that market conditions were less favourable this year – the yield of 10-year maturity bonds is 2.066 per cent, which is less than 2.193 per cent in 2017 when the first 10-year EUR 300 million green bonds were issued.
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2018-06-21
Lietuvos Energija is preparing for the second issue of green bonds
Following a successfully placed first green bond issue last year, Lietuvos Energija is in the process of preparation for a repeated issue. Today, The Board of Lietuvos Energija approved the increase of the Company’s Euro medium term note programme up to EUR 1.5 bn, the second issue of green bonds, and confirmed an updated base prospectus. A EUR-denominated 300-500 million, 7-12 year senior unsecured non-convertible, with a nominal value being no less than EUR 100 000, green bond offering will be public and launched subject to market conditions. Investor meetings in Europe will commence on 25 June.
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2018-06-15
Lithuania is in the Focus on Cyber Security Assurance
According to representatives of the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Embassy in Lithuania who visited  Lithuania May 24, all three Baltic countries are working to safeguard the security of their energy infrastructure. The USA is prepared to contribute state-of-the-art technological solutions and tools to strengthen IT systems and ensure cyber security in the region. This was discussed at a meeting involving the participation of the largest in Lithuania Lietuvos Energija Group, electricity transmission system operator Litgrid, Klaipėda Nafta, maintaining a terminal of liquefied natural gas in Klaipėda, and representatives of the Ministries of National Defence, Energy, and Finance, as well as representatives of the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Embassy in Lithuania.
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2018-06-14
Lietuvos Energija Will Continue the Sale of Data Logistics Center
Lietuvos Energija Group has been informed that after assessing preliminary indications of the Competition Council, Telia Lietuva decided to discontinue the acquisition of Data Logistics Center (DLC) belonging to Lietuvos Energija and Litgrid. Lietuvos Energija adopted a decision to approve the completion of this transaction by terminating the agreement and to renew the sale process of DLC.
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2018-05-23
LE 2030: Green, Smart, and Global Energy Will Generate 1.6 Billion EUR Dividends for Lithuania
During the upcoming twelve years Lietuvos Energija, the state capital energy company, is planning a material transformation: it will increase green generation capacities, expand its operations in international markets, will create and introduce innovations in the energy sector. All this will be implemented to ensure a stable return that will reach 1.6 billion EUR in 2018-2030 and maintain the best price and quality to customers.
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2018-04-18
VAE SPB terminates its operations
A state-owned Lietuvos Energija adopted a decision to liquidate VAE SPB, UAB a Group company that has ceased its operations. 
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2018-02-02
New Board and CEO of Lietuvos Energija has been elected
 
The Supervisory Board of the state-owned enterprise Lietuvos Energija has formed the new Board of the parent company for four years, which elected the new Chairman of the Board and the CEO.
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2018-01-25
Lietuvos Energija increased electricity generation from renewable sources by 21%
The group of state-owned energy companies “Lietuvos Energija” increased volumes of electricity generation from renewable energy sources (RES) in 2017. Last year, RES capacities under the Group’s management produced as much as 21 percent more electricity than in 2016. 
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2018-01-11
In the Good Governance Index – the Highest Rating to Lietuvos Energija
For the fourth year in a row, Lietuvos Energija has been recognised the most progressive state-owned company. In the good governance index of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) published by the Governance Coordination Centre (GCC), Lietuvos Energija was the only one of all SOEs that received the highest A+ rating. 
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