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Kaunas Combined Heat and Power Plant (Kaunas CHP) is owned by Ignitis Group (the Group), an international energy company and the largest listed company in the Baltic states. The Group companies have a common goal of creating an energy smart world to make life easier, safer and more sustainable. The Group has four strategic business segments: Green Generation, Networks, Customers & Solutions and Flexible Generation. Kaunas CHP is part of the Green Generation segment, which includes energy generation from hydro-, wind, solar energy, biofuel and waste, consistent expansion of our capacities, development of new projects in Lithuania as well as in the neighbouring countries. 

By diversifying the energy sources, the Group increases energy independence, encourages the use of renewable energy sources and contributes to mitigating climate impact while working towards sustainable development goals. 

The Group is planning to reach 2.0–2.2 GW of installed Green Generation capacity by 2025, and 4 GW by 2030. 

Kaunas CHP is using waste to generate heat and electricity by utilising some of the most advanced technologies in Europe. This helps reduce waste sent to landfills and generate energy using local fuel.  

The plant incinerates up to 255,000 tonnes of non-hazardous industrial and municipal waste left after sorting annually. The boiler’s capacity is 70 MW, and the generator’s is 24 MW. The plant can cover up to 30% of Kaunas central heating demand and provide electricity to 130,000 Lithuanian households. 

The company is a part of the Ignitis Group, thus it follows the common strategy of the Group

Our purpose is to create a 100% green and secure energy ecosystem for current and future generations.

Our values unite, motivate and inspire us: responsibility, partnership, openness and growth.

We are a diverse team of energy smart people united by a common purpose to create a 100% green and secure energy ecosystem for current and future generations.

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