For a cleaner
For a cleaner
About the project
UAB LT Energija is developing a wind power plant in Pagėgiai district. The wind power plant in Pagėgiai is slated to come online in 2023.
The plan is to build a park of 62 wind power plants with an installed power of up to 310 MW on a territory of roughly one thousand hectares. The wind power plant park is estimated to be able to generate around 1 TWh electric energy annually. Once the plans are brought to fruition, the new wind power plant park in Pagėgiai would become the largest of its kind in the Baltics.
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We are socially responsible. We care about the environment in which we work and the well-being of the local residents.
Established in 2016, UAB LT Energija is developing a new state-of-the-art wind power plant park in Pagėgiai district. The company has already earned the reputation of a social responsible and caring undertaking. In the course of its business in Pagėgiai district, the company is looking after the well-being of the local people and is searching for ways to boost the region’s prestige and attract more tourists to the area. The company cares about the environment as much as it does about the people. In planning the wind power plant park, the company selected the site with a high degree of precision, conducted consultations with specialists and representatives of the local government.
LT Energija is owned by UAB Renerga, the pioneer of green electric energy in Lithuania. UAB Renerga has years of experience producing electric from renewable energy sources – wind, water, and sun – in parks in Lithuania and abroad.
UAB Renerga is part of the Achemos Grupė concern.
Wind power plants in Lithuania
Wind power plants in Lithuania generate more energy than is produced from the other renewable sources combined.
According to the 2020 data, there are 23 wind power plants operating in Lithuania. Their combined power stands at 480 MW, and, with the small wind power plants factored in, they have an installed power of 534 MW.
An opinion poll conducted by the Lithuanian Wind Power Plant Association has showed that the population has been growing in its support for wind energy lately. In 2019, a staggering 82 per cent of Lithuanian people said they favoured further development of this sector.
The wind power plants are capable of supplying energy to 634 thousand Lithuanian households or securing the energy needs of nearly 1.3 million people.
“Our people want to make the village more beautiful, nourish it, decorate and manage its surroundings very much. They are happy with the events, in which they actively partake and to which they contribute for as much as they can, but everything has a price these days, and that price is high. Which makes us happy with the additional funding and the socially responsible investors who support local communities.”
“It is critical that the region focuses on increasing its tourist flows. After all, a lot of people have migrated and we should be looking at tourists and making the region more attractive.”
“People of this region appreciate companies that do not just have their own business at heart but also think about the interests of the local communities, listen to their doubts and dispel them with arguments.”