Two members of the Comfort Heat team will represent VPPAR in the Investment Committee of the DNA Plan for the Future Economy
The first meeting of the Investment Committee for the Implementation of the DNA Plan for the Future Economy took place on July 17. The Ministry of Finance presented the DNA plan to the members of the Investment Committee, and the Central Project Agency presented the criteria for the evaluation and selection of concepts to be developed by individual ministries.
The Investment Committee of the DNA Plan for the Future Economy consists of representatives of the Government Chancellery, representatives of the DNA Plan Coordinator (Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania) and subcommittees formed under the investment direction, which includes representatives of ministries and representatives of social and economic partner organizations.
Two members of the Comfort Heat team are on the list of delegated representatives of the Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts Association subcommittees:
1 Human capital: dr. Birutė Miškinienė, Vice President of Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts (hereinafter – PPAR), Director of Vilnius University Business School, Aistė Litvinaitė-Jablonskienė, Head of Investment Development, Vilnius PPAR;
2 Digital Economy and Business: Audrius Zabotka, LPPARA expert, Kęstutis Ramonaitis, Director of UAB Reservation Partners LT;
3 Innovation and research: prof. Eugenijus Valatka, Member of Kaunas PPAR Council, Rector of Kaunas University of Technology, dr. Skirmantė Mozūriūnaitė, Vilnius PPAR, UAB Comfort Heat representative;
4 Economic infrastructure: Vytis Arlauskas, Member of Kaunas PPAR Council, Chief Financial Officer of UAB Hegelmann Transporte Group, Linas Skardžiukas, Member of Kaunas PPAR Council, General Director of UAB Kautra;
5 Climate change and energy: dr. Vyda Mozūriūnienė, Member of Vilnius PPAR Council, Head of UAB Comfort Heat, Darius Buta, Head of Vilnius PPAR Business and Strategic Development Division.
The Investment Committee for the Implementation of the DNA Plan will examine the validity of the concepts for the implementation of actions developed by the Ministries, i. compliance with the purpose and objectives of the DNA plan, the reasonableness of the choice of the developers of the envisaged actions, the socio-economic benefits of the investment, taking into account the information provided by the DNA plan coordinator, ministries and the managing authority, and (not) approve the concept.
June 10 The Government of the Republic of Lithuania has approved the DNA plan for the future economy of Lithuania prepared by the Ministry of Finance. Total for the implementation of long-term investments until 2021. around € 6.3 billion will be allocated by the end of which new and additional investments will amount to 2.2 billion euros. the remaining EUR 4.1 billion. EUR – accelerated investments already planned.