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This year, the concept of the “Energy Forum. Traditional & Renewable” is going to be different: an annual international conference and a one-time yearly event with a limited number of participants turns into an online cluster. The content thereof will be regularly updated with online discussions on energy topics since digital realm creates wide opportunities to invite talkers as experts in various fields to share their thoughts online throughout the year. Despite blocking the ways, pandemic-related challenges may also lead towards new opportunities and channels. 

Keeping the spirit and paradigm of the annual Energy Forum event, we will continue interviewing politicians, discussions with experts and top-level professionals from the Baltic Sea region. Online conversations (which will be periodically broadcasted on the website EnergyForum.lt) will pursue the assessment of the energy sector and security in the region, energy market situation, outline the perspectives of how traditional, green and smart energy is going to develop.



The new cluster will be unique by its easy way of access. It took nearly a decade to create a tradition for speakers to communicate with the audience. By way of merging the experience of annual conferences and the new perspectives, we create a digital cluster with no time restrictions. What is more, EnergyForum.lt will be open to a wide audience geographically, professionally and culturally, and to everyone – from a decision maker to every responsible energy consumer.

The topics of the ongoing discussions will keep the structure and guidelines from previous events, which will be easy to follow up on the new digital cluster “Energy Forum. Traditional & Renewable“

  • The Baltic Sea Region energy sector and energy security
  • Traditional energy
  • Renewable energy
  • Energy of the future

Online event

on January 13, 2022

Event language – English


Future interviews

January 13 , 2022


 How can Lithuania transform from energy importing to energy exporting company?

Gediminas Uloza, CEO, E energija group


  • Michał Rudnicki, Chairman/ General Director, Public Company ORLEN Lietuva 

Robert Juodka

Managing Partner PR1MUS Law Firm

Kadri Simson

EU Commissioner for Energy

Daiva Garbaliauskaitė

Vice-Minister of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania

Nemunas Biknius

CEO Amber Grid

Vytautas Butrimas


Andrius Džiaugys

CEO, Eternia Solar LT

Wojciech Jakóbik

Energy security analyst

Vytenis Koryzna

CEO at Enefit Lietuva

Marius Laurinavičius

Expert on Russia, International Affairs and Security

Žygimantas Mauricas

Chief Economist at Luminor Lietuva

Tuuli Myllymaa

Head of Unit, M.Sc (Tech) Waste and circular economy -group Leader of CIRCWASTE-consortium Finnish Environment Institute SYKE / Production and consumption center

Aleksander Rajch

PSPA | Director – External Affairs

Taavi Rõivas

Chairman at Auve Tech (Estonia)

Michał Rudnicki

Chairman/ General Director, Public Company ORLEN Lietuva 

Agata Łoskot-Strachota

Coordinator of OSW’s research work on Europe’s gas markets and policies OSW (Poland)

Hando Sutter

CEO of Enefit

Liutauras Varanavičius

Strategy Department Director at LITGRID AB

Mariusz Wójcik

Head of Offshore Wind Project Development - Ramboll Poland

Marius Dubnikovas

Economist, Compensa Life Vienna Insurance Group SE Lithuanian Branch

Event partners

Event organisers