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Daiva Garbaliauskaitė appointed Lithuania’s Deputy Minister of energy

Daiva Garbaliauskaitė has joined the political team of Lithuania’s Minister of Energy Dainius Kreivis as Deputy Minister and she will be responsible for the development of renewable energy.

Mrs Garbaliauskaitė has over a decade of experience in the energy sector, having worked for the Lithuanian electricity transmission system operator LITGRID and the country’s largest provider of heating and hot water, Vilniaus šilumos tinklai.

She was also a member of the Board of the Baltpool International Biomass Exchange and a member of the Legal and Regulatory Group of the European Electricity Transmission System Operators ENTSO-E, where new European legislative initiatives in the field of energy are mainly examined.

Lithuania aims to produce 100 per cent of electricity from renewable sources by 2050.

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