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Second BEMIP regional conference will take place in Vilnius
Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania (supported by the European Commission and the Baltic Assembly), is organizing the second BEMIP Regional Conference “Baltic Energy Market Interconnection Plan: towards integrated and sustainable energy region”, which will take place on 14 September 2012 in Vilnius City Hall.

The Conference aims to evaluate the intermediate results of Baltic Energy Market Interconnection Plan initiated in 2009 by European Commission and discuss currently emerging new challenges in the region.

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Lithuania, H.E. Andrius Kubilius, and President of Baltic Assembly, Mr. Paulius Saudargas, will open the conference. EU Commissioner for Energy, Mr. Günther Oettinger, together with Minister of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania, Mr. Arvydas Sekmokas, will deliver keynote speeches to the audience.

The event is dedicated for energy stakeholders from BEMIP countries (Governments’ officials, regulators, companies, energy associations, academic and research), financial institutions, EU representatives, European associations (ENTSOs, etc.).

Conference programme.


Baltic Energy Market Interconnection Plan (BEMIP) was endorsed by the eight Baltic Sea EU Member States and European Commission on 17 June 2009 and so far has been successfully developed. First time the BEMIP Regional Conference took place in Vilnius on 25 November 2009 with the objective to officially launch the implementation of the BEMIP project. During this period important projects were started in order to create the fully functioning and integrated electricity market. In 2014–2015 the first real results should be achieved including finalization of electricity market and establishment of the power links Estonia-Finland, Lithuania-Poland, Lithuania-Sweden.

The main objective of the BEMIP is the creation of a fully functioning and integrated energy market supported by the necessary infrastructure in order to build a competitive, sustainable and secure energy market in the Baltic Sea Region.

More information on BEMIP is available on the following link: