Last week the second physical meeting was held in Vilnius in the project DH Baltic Sea. The meeting was hosted by the Lithuanian District Heating Association and the Celsius member Vilniaus Silumos Tinklai who manage the district heating in Vilnius. Study visits were made to Kaunas waste-to-energy plant and to Vilnius retrofitted CHP-plant that was converted from natural gas to biofuels in 2006.

DH Baltic Sea is a project funded by the Swedish Institute ( and aiming to find common ground for collaboration in issues regarding district heating and cooling in the Baltic Sea Region.

The project is managed by RISE – Research Institute of Sweden. Parters are Lithuanian District Heating Association, Vilniaus Silumos Tinklai, Latvian District Heating Association, Estonian Heat and Power Association, Estonian Public Procurement Centre, Rigas Siltums and University of Latvia.

Contact: Henrik Bristav,


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