Viktoras Vaičikauskas, the director for innovation of “Optronika” says, that: “Our main objective is to unite different energy sources to one unit and distinguish how these sources should be used in particular situations, having in mind climate situation, season change, day rhythm, etc. The results will be used to come up with best solution to stay ecological and efficient.”

The outcome of the research would help to build houses with optimal energy using solutions. Besides that, it would be useful in order to save energy for heating costs, for instance. The plan is to continue studies to create the project of “energy saving house”.

Though ideas of it could be used in North, Central and Eastern Europe mostly, the organizers hope that Latvia, Poland, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine will start cooperation, once the project is finished.