New biofuel boiler house opened in Elektrėnai, Lithuania

Lithuanian Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius, who took part in the opening ceremony of a new biofuel boiler house in Elektrėnai on Friday, said that this object will also contribute to business development because it will increase the operating volumes of regional companies engaged in biofuel production and sales.
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