Accelerating the path to clean and decarbonized energy production and storage
Accelerating the path to clean and decarbonized energy production and storage
Contribution to Communities
6464K t
Fossil CO2 emission saved
137906
Sustainable households created
Sustainable energy produced
1,56 TWh
Electricity
30,3 TWh
Heat
Leading the energy transition
for a healthier planet
As trailblazers in our region, we lead the charge towards a sustainable future, setting new standards for innovation and excellence in every endeavor. We deliver every project with unparalleled speed
Exploring Our Legacy
1994
Foundation of E Energija
1999
First district heating concession
2008
EBRD became shareholder of E Energija
2011
Production of biomass heat plants equipment
2012
First wind park
2017
Biomass EPC Projects in Poland
2019
First PV Park
2020
JV with GE Energy Financial Services
2022
First Subsidy Free Wind Park in Lithuania
2023
The Biggest Wind Park in the Baltics
Foundation of E Energija
E Energija was founded with a vision to transform the energy landscape and drive sustainable development. As Virginijus Strioga, the founder, stated, "Our mission is to pioneer innovative energy solutions that not only meet today’s needs but also secure a greener, more sustainable future for generations to come." This guiding principle has shaped our journey from the very beginning
First district heating concession
In 1999, E Energija embarked on its first district heating concession in Lithuania. This milestone marked the beginning of our journey in transforming heating infrastructure. By 2005, we had expanded our concessions to Latvia, and by 2007, to Ukraine.
EBRD became shareholder of E Energija
Since 2008, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has been a strategic investor in E energija, playing a pivotal role in transforming municipal district heating systems across Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine. Through this partnership, we increased efficiency and transitioned to biomass technologies, significantly improving the
Production of biomass heat plants equipment
The knowledge and experience gained from designing and constructing biomass heat plants inspired E Energija engineers to venture into equipment production. Since 2011, we have supplied equipment to nearly 100 biomass-powered heat production plants, leveraging our expertise to enhance efficiency and sustainability in energy production.
First wind park
In 2009, E Energija initiated the development of its first wind park, the Šilutė Wind Park. Developed jointly with Enercon GmbH, this pioneering project became operational in 2012, marking a significant milestone in Lithuania's renewable energy landscape. The park features 10 Enercon E-82 turbines, known for their reliability and efficiency, with
Biomass EPC Projects in Poland
In 2017, E Energija entered the Polish market, offering EPC services to actively participate in the transition from coal to renewable energy sources. We have undertaken diverse projects ranging from greenfield developments to retrofitting coal-fired boilers to biomass, contributing to Poland's sustainable energy transformation
First PV Park
E energija, in partnership with Sun Investment Group and I+D Energias, undertook an initiative to develop 43 photovoltaic (PV) plants in Poland. This collaborative effort resulted in the installation of solar facilities with a combined capacity of 42,4 MW, contributing substantially to Poland's renewable energy portfolio
JV with GE Energy Financial Services
E energija, with GE Energy Financial Services, spearheaded a landmark 69,3 MW wind park in Lithuania. This collaboration not only advances the nation's renewable energy goals but also sets a precedent for future regional partnerships.
First Subsidy Free Wind Park in Lithuania
E Energija, with the help of partners, undertook a pioneering initiative to build Lithuania's first wind farm without state aid or feed-in tariff incentives. The 69.3 MW wind park, located in Telšiai, Lithuania, came into full operation in 2022. E Energija played a leading role throughout the entire project cycle, from development and design to contracting and construction management.
The Biggest Wind Park in the Baltics
The wind park in Kelmė, Lithuania, is the largest in the Baltics with a capacity of 300 MW. Featuring 44 Nordex turbines, this project highlights cutting-edge technology. E energija led the project, successfully navigating from initial concept to obtaining the building permit, ensuring it reached the ready-to-build stage.
1994
Foundation of E Energija
E Energija was founded with a vision to transform the energy landscape and drive sustainable development. As Virginijus Strioga, the founder, stated, "Our mission is to pioneer innovative energy solutions that not only meet today’s needs but also secure a greener, more sustainable future for generations to come." This guiding principle has shaped our journey from the very beginning
1999
First district heating concession
In 1999, E Energija embarked on its first district heating concession in Lithuania. This milestone marked the beginning of our journey in transforming heating infrastructure. By 2005, we had expanded our concessions to Latvia, and by 2007, to Ukraine.
2008
EBRD became shareholder of E Energija
Since 2008, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has been a strategic investor in E energija, playing a pivotal role in transforming municipal district heating systems across Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine. Through this partnership, we increased efficiency and transitioned to biomass technologies, significantly improving the
2011
Production of biomass heat plants equipment
The knowledge and experience gained from designing and constructing biomass heat plants inspired E Energija engineers to venture into equipment production. Since 2011, we have supplied equipment to nearly 100 biomass-powered heat production plants, leveraging our expertise to enhance efficiency and sustainability in energy production.
2012
First wind park
In 2009, E Energija initiated the development of its first wind park, the Šilutė Wind Park. Developed jointly with Enercon GmbH, this pioneering project became operational in 2012, marking a significant milestone in Lithuania's renewable energy landscape. The park features 10 Enercon E-82 turbines, known for their reliability and efficiency, with
2017
Biomass EPC Projects in Poland
In 2017, E Energija entered the Polish market, offering EPC services to actively participate in the transition from coal to renewable energy sources. We have undertaken diverse projects ranging from greenfield developments to retrofitting coal-fired boilers to biomass, contributing to Poland's sustainable energy transformation
2019
First PV Park
E energija, in partnership with Sun Investment Group and I+D Energias, undertook an initiative to develop 43 photovoltaic (PV) plants in Poland. This collaborative effort resulted in the installation of solar facilities with a combined capacity of 42,4 MW, contributing substantially to Poland's renewable energy portfolio
2020
JV with GE Energy Financial Services
E energija, with GE Energy Financial Services, spearheaded a landmark 69,3 MW wind park in Lithuania. This collaboration not only advances the nation's renewable energy goals but also sets a precedent for future regional partnerships.
2022
First Subsidy Free Wind Park in Lithuania
E Energija, with the help of partners, undertook a pioneering initiative to build Lithuania's first wind farm without state aid or feed-in tariff incentives. The 69.3 MW wind park, located in Telšiai, Lithuania, came into full operation in 2022. E Energija played a leading role throughout the entire project cycle, from development and design to contracting and construction management.
2023
The Biggest Wind Park in the Baltics
The wind park in Kelmė, Lithuania, is the largest in the Baltics with a capacity of 300 MW. Featuring 44 Nordex turbines, this project highlights cutting-edge technology. E energija led the project, successfully navigating from initial concept to obtaining the building permit, ensuring it reached the ready-to-build stage.
Developed projects
475 MW
Electricity
1141MW
Heat
Projects under development
10
Projects
877 MW
Capacity
Explore our projects that are shaping the future of sustainable energy
All projects
Solar
Wind
VėjasLT/Windlit
2016-2023
L-vėjas
2018-2022
9 sparnai
2020-2023
E-Sun Poland
2019-2021
Galway Poland
2017-2019
Vėjų spektras
2009-2012
2016-2023
VėjasLT/Windlit
2016-2023
The Kelme Wind Park, located in Lithuania, stands as the largest wind energy project in the Baltics with an impressive capacity of 300 MW. This landmark development features 44 state-of-the-art Nordex turbines, showcasing cutting-edge technology and substantial renewable energy output. E energija took the lead in this ambitious project, providing both leadership and financing throughout its critical phases. Our responsibilities included the design and layout planning, as well as managing the contracting of wind turbine generators (WTGs), civil balance of plant (cBoP), and electrical balance of plant (eBoP) contracts. We successfully navigated the project from its initial concept through to the attainment of the building permit, ensuring it reached the ready-to-build stage.
The Kelme Wind Park is a testament to our expertise in executing large-scale renewable energy projects, reinforcing our commitment to accelerating the transition to sustainable energy in the region.
2018-2022
L-vėjas
2018-2022
E energija developed and built a 69.3 MW wind park in Telšiai, Lithuania. Leading the entire project cycle from development and design to contracting and construction management, E energija secured the electricity generation license and a 10-year PPA. After the handover to the new investor, E energija continues to provide technical and administrative asset management services
2020-2023
9 sparnai
2020-2023
In 2023, E energija completed a 9 MW wind park in Kelme, Lithuania, featuring 2 GE Cypress turbines. Leading the development and construction phases, E energija secured the generation license before transferring the fully operational park to new owners, Equity United and PE Holding. E energija continues to provide technical asset management services for the park
2019-2021
E-Sun Poland
2019-2021
E Energija has successfully developed 21.9 MW of solar power plants in Poland, advancing these projects to the ready-to-build (RTB) phase. These solar farms are poised to significantly impact Poland's renewable energy landscape, providing clean electricity equivalent to powering 11,000 households. By reaching the RTB phase, E Energija has demonstrated its capability to deliver scalable and impactful renewable energy solutions. These solar power plants not only contribute to reducing carbon emissions but also promote energy independence and security in the region.
2017-2019
Galway Poland
2017-2019
E energija, in partnership with Sun Investment Group and I+D Energias, undertook a initiative to develop 43 photovoltaic (PV) plants in Poland. This collaborative effort resulted in the installation of solar facilities with a combined capacity of 42.4 MW, contributing substantially to Poland's renewable energy portfolio. Each PV plant was meticulously planned and constructed to harness solar energy efficiently, utilizing state-of-the-art technology to ensure optimal performance and reliability. The successful commissioning of these projects in 2019 marked a milestone achievement in renewable energy development.
2009-2012
Vėjų spektras
2009-2012
Located in Šilutė, Lithuania, the Šilutė Wind Park stands as a pioneering initiative developed jointly by E energija and Enercon GmbH. Operational since 2012, this wind park marked a significant milestone in Lithuania's renewable energy landscape. The project features 10 Enercon E-82 turbines, renowned for their reliability and efficiency, with a combined total capacity of 21.5 MW. These turbines harness the natural power of the wind, providing clean and sustainable electricity to the region
Our dynamic executive team of innovators and leaders
Our executive team leads the charge in green energy solutions with unparalleled expertise and vision. Together, we innovate and ensure sustainability in every project we undertake.
Transforming energy landscapes for a sustainable future
Ambitious goals in renewable energy collaborating with exceptional partners
Lithuania
Šiluma Miestams
112 MW
2023
Klaipėda/Lithuania
Klaipeda FEZ
25MWt+1,5MWe
2023
Telšiai/Lithuania
L-Vėjas
69,3 MW
2022
Telšiai/Lithuania
L-Vėjas
69,3 MW
2021-2022
Vilnius/Lithuania
EBRD
2007-2020
Šilutė/Lithuania
Vėjų Spektras
21,5 MW
2019
Telšiai/Lithuania
L-Vėjas
69,3 MW
2019-2022
Kelmė/Lithuania
VėjasLT/Windlit
300 MW
2023
Lithuania
2023
Šiluma Miestams
Lithuania
2023
In 2023, Gren, owned by Partners Group, a Swiss global private markets investment manager, acquired a portfolio of district heating companies. These companies operate biomass boiler plants in the Akmenė and Trakai districts, as well as independent heat producers in Vilnius and Visaginas. Together, they supply approximately 204 GWh of heat energy per year, with a total production capacity of 112 MW and employing 91 staff members. Since 2001, E energija has been managing these district heating operators and independent heat producers. We have overseen the reconstruction of existing district heating infrastructure, the construction of new biomass boiler houses, and the establishment of client service systems for end-users. This long-term management and development have significantly contributed to the efficiency and sustainability of the heating services provided.
Klaipėda/Lithuania
2023
Klaipeda FEZ
Klaipėda/Lithuania
2023
In 2023, Vilniaus Šilumos Tinklai signed a deal to acquire a biomass Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant, a district heating network in the Klaipeda FEZ, and a share in the district heating operator Klaipėdos Energija.
Telšiai/Lithuania
2022
L-Vėjas
Telšiai/Lithuania
2022
Encavis AG, a Hamburg-based operator of solar and wind parks, acquired a 69.3 MW wind park in Telšiai, Lithuania. E energija continues to provide technical and administrative asset management services for this park, ensuring its efficient operation and maintenance for the investor.
Telšiai/Lithuania
2021-2022
L-Vėjas
Telšiai/Lithuania
2021-2022
In 2019, E Energija undertook a pioneering initiative to build Lithuania's first wind farm without state aid or feed-in tariff incentives. A pivotal factor in the success of this groundbreaking project was the partnership with BayernLB. They played a crucial role by structuring and financing a green loan, backed by the German export credit agency Euler Hermes. This strategic financing not only demonstrated our commitment to sustainable development but also facilitated the deployment of cutting-edge wind energy technology in Lithuania. Bayern LB's expertise and support were instrumental in achieving our goal of advancing renewable energy infrastructure and fostering environmental sustainability.
Vilnius/Lithuania
2007-2020
EBRD
Vilnius/Lithuania
2007-2020
Since 2008, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has been a strategic investor in E energija, playing a pivotal role in transforming municipal district heating systems across Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine. Through this partnership, we increased efficiency and transitioned to biomass technologies, significantly improving the sustainability of the heating sector. Additionally, we developed independent biomass plants to further support clean energy initiatives. The successful completion of this project in 2020 marked the culmination of our fruitful collaboration, after which EBRD exited the E energija group
Šilutė/Lithuania
2019
Vėjų Spektras
Šilutė/Lithuania
2019
In 2019, the Quaero European Infrastructure Fund, managed by the Swiss investment firm Quaero Capital, acquired a 21,5 MW wind park in Šilutė, Lithuania. This wind park, developed by E energija in collaboration with Enercon GmbH, commenced operations in 2012, marking a significant milestone in our renewable energy initiatives
Telšiai/Lithuania
2019-2022
L-Vėjas
Telšiai/Lithuania
2019-2022
The wind farm project, developed by the E energija group in partnership with GE Energy Financial Services, represents a pioneering collaboration in Lithuania's renewable energy sector. As co-sponsors of the project company, our joint efforts enabled the realization of the first wind farm in Lithuania to be built without state aid and feed-in tariff incentives. Together, E energija and GE Energy Financial Services have demonstrated leadership in fostering innovation and sustainable growth in the renewable energy industry. This partnership not only advances Lithuania's renewable energy goals but also sets a precedent for future collaborations in the region.
Kelmė/Lithuania
2023
VėjasLT/Windlit
Kelmė/Lithuania
2023
In 2023, Ignitis Renewables acquired a 300 MW ready-to-build wind park in Kelme, Lithuania, developed by the E energija group. This significant transaction underscores our commitment to advancing renewable energy projects and fostering strategic partnerships. The Kelme Wind Park, poised to be the largest in the Baltics, represents a major step forward in regional clean energy initiatives. The wind park, featuring 44 Nordex turbines, is expected to commence electricity generation in 2025, contributing substantially to the region's renewable energy supply. This partnership with Ignitis Renewables highlights our expertise in developing high-capacity wind projects and our dedication to accelerating the transition to sustainable energy
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