Following an inquiry, the European Commission has concluded that support worth €170m, provided by the Ignalina International Decommissioning Support Fund (IIDSF), for the construction of a gas-fired power plant does not constitute State aid. The support is being provided directly by the IIDSF, which is managed by the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development and is financed principally out of EU funds. The money is not being granted through the Lithuanian government and it will not exercise any control or interest in the use of the funds. Consequently, the Commission concluded the measures cannot constitute State aid since they do not derive from State resources.