Continental Automotive Lithuania, which is building an automotive component factory on the Kaunas free economic area, has decided to invest in a natural gas cogeneration plant, the business daily Verslo Zinios reported on Friday.
Kauno laisvoji ekonominė zona (LEZ)
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According to an environmental impact assessment document, the company plans to build a gas cogeneration plant with an installed capacity of 1.3 megawatts of heat energy and 1.1 MW of electricity.

The generated heat and power will be used for production needs and will not be supplied into the national grid. Up to 2.1 million cubic meters of natural gas will be burnt annually.

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