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LEI Lithuanian Energy Institute

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Lietuvos energetikos institutas

Breslaujos 3
44403 Kaunas
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Fax: +370 37 351271


Mr. Dr. Rimantas Levinskas
Head of Open Access Centre
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No. of employees
251-500 (Status: 2017)

Company profile

Lithuanian Energy Institute is the largest research center in the Baltic States performing research in energy, advanced materials, hydrology and other horizontal fields. We offer expertise (know-how) and well-equipped labs for research and testing in order to solve issues of the customers.
Lithuanian Energy Institute as the National Open Access Scientific Research Center for Future Energy Technologies is a reliable partner for Horizon 2020, Bonus, Eureka and other projects.
Areas of Activity - R&D, Renewable and Clean Energy, Horizon 2020 (Advanced materials, Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials, Secure societies - protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens, Secure, clean and efficient energy).


Thermal decomposition technology

Innovative thermal decomposition technology for sewage sludge and hazardous waste utilization With an expanding infrastructure of wastewater collection and treatment, a resulting amount of sludge increases proportionally. Large sludge quantities are accumulated at its storage sites and therefore, management more

Structural integrity assessment

1. Strength analysis of structures, piping and components in complex technical systems, 2. Static and dynamic analysis, 3. Finite element analysis, 4. Linear and non-linear analysis, 5. Analysis of components containing more

Risk of technologies and energy security

1. Risk, hazard and reliability analysis of industrial sites, 2. Assessment of energy security of supply, critical infrastructures protection, 3. Reliability assessment of processes in net systems, 4. Externals events analysis, 5. Failure analysis and engineering assessment for complex technical more

Safety of Fusion Reactors

1. Safety assessment, 2. Accident analysis, 3. Thermal-hydraulic analysis, 4. Neutron transport simulation, 5. Activation analysis, 6. Radiation doses estimation, 7. Strength analysis, 8. Uncertainty and sensitivity more

Safety of Nuclear Installations

1. Thermal-hydraulic analysis of accidents and transient processes, 2. Assessment of thermal-hydraulic parameters in NPP containments and other premises, 3. Simulation of neutron dynamics in reactor core, 4. Simulation of radionuclides and aerosols transport, 5. Modelling of processes in nuclear fuel more

Safety of RadWaste, Decommissioning

Safety of RadWaste and Spent Nuclear Fuel Facilities, Decommissioning: 1. Modelling of SNF characteristics. Modelling of the criticality, dose rates, activation, heat removal from SNF dry storage containers. Preparation Safety Analysis Reports and Environmental Impact Assessment Reports; 2. Modelling more

Hydrology modelling

1. Impact assessment of climate change on water bodies; 2. Analysis of change of extreme hydrological phenomena of water bodies; 3. Digital modelling of waves, hydrological and hydrodynamic processes, and sediment transport in water bodies; 4. Environmental impact assessment of anthropogenic activities more

Systems Control and Automation

1. Deployment of smart grid technologies in power networks: strategies, scope, performance, costs; 2. Analysis of the integration of ICT for the control of transmission and distribution grids; 3. Monitoring and control algorithms for power system, networks and facilities; 4. Development of operational more

Scientific renewable energy research

1. Wind measurements; 2. Analysis of wind conditions, selection of wind turbine locations, modelling of environmental impact; 3. Energy efficiency research; 4. Renewable energy application feasibility studies; 5. Renewable energy project development and more

Sample analysis and characterisation

Sample analysis and characterizationread more

Plasma processing

Low temperature plasma processing of metals, polymers, organic and other substances can be realized in one of the several vacuum more

Thin film synthesis

Films of various metals, semiconductors, oxides, hydrides and other materials can be made by 3" and 4" magnetrons as well as E-beam evaporation processes in inert and reactive gas atmospheres. RF, DC and pulsed-DC power sources are more

Accredited and notified services

According EN ISO/IEC 17025 to carry out tests for: 1. Plastic pipes (dimensions, impact resistance, resistance to internal pressure, ring stiffness, leak tightness, resistance to dichloromethane, tensile properties, longitudinal reversion, etc.); 2. District heating pipes, pre-insulated bonded pipe systems more

Accredited and notified services

Accredited against EN ISO/IEC 17025 to perform: 1. Calibration of measuring instruments for liquids and gas flows; 2. Testing water and thermal energy meters, heating appliances, solid biofuel and solid recovered fuel. Accredited against EN ISO/IEC 17020 as the type A inspection body to perform: 1. more

High-temperature material testing

The researchers of Plasma Processing Laboratory worked hard by experimenting with numerous of samples made of various materials, used for producing space shuttle hulls of the former Soviet Union. The effect of plasma also high temperature and velocity jets and flows to the changes of structure and properties more

Plasma sprayed coatings

Plasma spray technology for surface formation was applied for deposition of catalytic, tribological and protective coatings as well as for hard ceramic coatings, which are employed for improving the operational characteristics of constructional material surface layers in mechanics, chemistry, energy more

Manufacturing of DC plasma sources

Plasma Processing Laboratory develops new atmospheric pressure DC plasma sources with plasma generators up to 200 kW of capacity for wide range of more

Ceramic fibre

Plasma technology is the only alternative to obtain a high-quality high-temperature resistant ceramic fibre. Plasma formed fibre has unique properties such as resistance to high temperature, low thermal conductivity and high chemical stability. For melting and stringing of ceramic materials and forming more

Product categories

Basic research for power engineering Basic research in the field of aerospace engineering Basic research in the field of materials technology Basic research in the field of nanotechnology Basic scientific research Composite materials research Consultancy and planning for further renewable and future energy sources Energy-efficient supply technology (heating, air-conditioning, refrigeration, ventilation, compressed air supply, heat pumps) Environmental technology (innovative technologies) High-temperature isolation materials Materials testing Metallic nanofibres, polymer nanofibres, other nanofibres Metals research Monitoring systems and control systems for pipelines and pipeline systems Nanoceramics Nanoplastics, nanopolymers Nanostructures Nuclear reactors, reactor safety systems, nuclear technology components Other measuring and control technology for energy technology Other pipeline automation systems Other pipeline operation and pipeline services Pipeline planning and pipeline engineering Pipes, bends, reductions, fittings made of plastic and other nonmetals Polymers research Research to electrical power engineering Research to flow engineering, aerodynamics, hydrodynamics Research to nuclear fusion research, ultra-high temperature technology Research to plasma physics, plasma technology Research to thin films Research to vacuum engineering Services for energy production utilizing renewable and future primary energy sources Systems for utilising biomass Systems research Wind flow modelling Wind potential analyses, wind profile measurements

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