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Jurbarkas wind farm

Jurbarkas wind farm

place Jurbarkas reg., Lithuania

The farm with 24 MW total installed capacity is located in south-western Lithuania, Jurbarkas reg. Its capacity can cover the electricity demand of all households in Jurbarkas city.

Tauragė I wind farm

Tauragė I wind farm

place Tauragė reg., Lithuania

The 10 MW wind farm is located in Tauragė region, Griežpelkiai. 5 wind turbines generate clean energy in the farm which started commercial operations at the end of 2010. 

Tauragė II wind farm

Tauragė II wind farm

place Tauragė reg., Lithuania

The second farm operating in Griežpelkiai, Tauragė reg., generates green energy using 7 wind turbines. 

Kretinga wind farm

Kretinga wind farm

place Kretinga reg., Lithuania

The 9 MW wind farm located in western Lithuania, Kretinga reg., generates clean energy using its 6 wind turbines since 2010.

Mali and Tamba farm

Mali and Tamba farm

place Pernu reg., Estonia

The first operational wind farm in Estonia where sustainable energy is generated using 6 wind turbines. The wind farm with 18 MW total installed capacity has started commercial operations in 2014.

Mažeikiai wind farm

Mažeikiai wind farm

place Mažeikiai reg., Lithuania

Mažeikiai wind farm is a project under development in the northern part of Lithuania. The wind farm is estimated to start generating green energy in 2023.

Pomerania wind farm

Pomerania wind farm

place Pomerania, Poland

Pomerania wind farm is the first such project for the Group in north-west Poland. The farm generates 300 GWh of electricity per year, which covers the demand of 160,000 households. 

Silesia I wind farm

Silesia I wind farm

place Silesia, Poland

The total capacity of the Silesia wind farm currently under development will reach 50 MW. Construction works are expected to launch in Q2 2022 with COD estimated by the end of 2023. 

Silesia II wind farm

Silesia II wind farm

place Silesia, Poland

The total capacity of the Silesia wind farm currently under development will reach 137 MW. This will be the biggest wind farm of Ignitis Renewables in the entire Baltic region and Poland. Construction works are expected to launch in Q2 2023 with COD estimated by the second half of 2024. 

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