Halfway between Vilnius and Kaunas, the contours of a large industrial enterprise can be seen on the left of the road. This is the Order of the Red Banner of Labour Lithuanian State Electric Station named after V. L. Lenin, one of the biggest in the integrated power grid of northwest Soviet Union territory. The Electric station has been build to a standard design based on the new unitized method of equipment layout and operation. The Lithuanian electric station has eight generating sets – four 150,000 kW and four 300,000 kW ones. Trolled from unitized switchboards. All processes are automated, and there is a reliable signalling system. All work is coordinated, and power distributed from the master switchboard.