Offshore wind
parks in Lithuania

Lithuania's offshore wind parks is one of the most important Lithuanian energy independence projects. The projects will significantly increase the production of electricity from renewable energy sources, thus reducing Lithuania's dependence on electricity imports and ensuring low electricity prices for residents.


of power two plant parks will be built in 2028

6 TWh

generated electricity per year will ensure up to half of Lithuania's current needs

3 bil

Eur of private investment


new jobs

Renewable energy

The offshore wind farms, which will begin to operate from 2030 in the part of the exclusive economic zone of the Republic of Lithuania in the Baltic Sea near Palanga with a capacity of approximately 1,4 GW, are expected to generate up to 6 TWh of green electricity per year, which would meet up to a half of Lithuania’s current electricity demand. The offshore wind farms are also expected to attract about EUR 3 billion in investments and create at least 1,300 new jobs.

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