Guidelines for Scientific Research, Experimental Development and Innovation
From electric cars and solar power plants mounted on the roofs to offshore wind farms and hydrogen technologies – nowadays, society and the energy sector already favour renewable energy sources, while in 30 years’ time, climate-neutral energy will dominate both industry and households.
At EPSO-G we are already taking the transformation of the sector into account and are looking forward to contribute to country’s energy security and integration of the electricity and gas systems with European grids.
We feel responsible and are ready to take a leading role in laying the foundations for the sustainable energy future and at the same time are seeking to ensure greater energy efficiency to the benefit of Lithuania‘s people and businesses.
In the context of paradigm shifts in energy sector, EPSO-G group follows the Guidelines for Research and Experimental Development and Innovation to ensure the continuity, efficiency and competitive environment of the companies in the group through research, innovation and new solutions.
The guidelines set the focus areas and priorities for research and experimental development and innovation activities of EPSO-G group, the classification principles and the recommendations to transmission system operators on the allocation of funds for research, development and innovation.
Focus areas and priorities
- Smart and efficient asset management
- Smart and efficient management and monitoring of systems
- Information technologies and digitalisation
- Business organisation and new services