Opportunities abound for wind power developers in Lithuania over the coming decades, with the Baltic state planning to almost triple its wind capacity from 540MW to 1.25GW by 2030 — providing about half of all its electricity — and to reach 100% renewables by 2050.

Offshore wind will play a key role in this journey, providing at least 700MW , with a recent analysis by the Lithuanian Energy Agency finding that the nation’s territorial waters have the best winds for offshore development in the Baltic Sea, with the potential for 3.35GW.