Rising carbon credit income allows for more renovations to make Lithuanian buildings heat-efficient

Last year, Lithuania received almost €28.5 million from carbon credits sold abroad through its special Climate Change program – the most it has ever received through this program. 40 percent of the money received from carbon credits is spent on renovation, and another 40 percent is spent on the use of renewable energy resources.
A building being insulated
© DELFI / Tomas Vinickas

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