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Smart Energy Fund powered by Lietuvos Energija, managed by Contrarian Ventures invests EUR 250 thousand into the Lithuanian PVcase that will automate the designing of solar power plants. It is expected that the technology developed by the start-up will enable to significantly shorten up some designing stages of solar power plants and this way reduce designing expenses even more, a press release from Lietuvos Energija states.
Smart Energy Fund Invests EUR 250 Thousand into Lithuanian PVcase
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