Members of LITHUANIAN CONFEDERATION OF RENEWABLE RESOURCES

Lithuanian Biomass Energy Association LITBIOMA

Lithuanian Biomass Energy Association LITBIOMA was established in summer of 2003 and is currently comprised of more than 50 members. The association involves the producers and suppliers of solid biomass and other renewable local resources, such as wood, straw, energetic willows, peat, as well as the producers and designers of solid biomass boiler rooms and other equipment, developers of plantations, heat suppliers and academic institutions.
 
For more inforamtion – http://www.biokuras.lt/about-us1

Lithuanian Wind Power Association

The Lithuanian Wind Power Association unites Lithuanian wind energy market participants, i.e. wind energy investors, facility producers, and service providers. The Association pursues its activities in cooperation with national and international entities. In order to promote wind energy development, it also mediates the dialogue between wind power companies and the national authorities.
 
For more information – http://lvea.lt/en/about/asociacijos-veikla/

Renewable Energy Producers Association

Activities: Combines the renewable energy producers; Represents the interests of association members; Provide suggestions and guidance on legislation related to renewable energy production and utilization; In other ways and instruments promote and support the production of renewable energy.
 
For more information – http://www.aega.lt/en/activities/

Lithuanian Solar Energy Association

Lithuanian solar energy association was established in 2009. Association goal is to provide society with information about solar energy. The mission of Solar energy association is to make solar energy a mainstream energy source and realize the full potential of the solar industry in Lithuania. Association is a member os ISES organization (www.ises.org) .
 
For more information – http://www.lsea.lt/apie-mus

4Energia

The main areas of business of Nelja Energia (Energy of Four) are the development of the renewable energy industry and the operation of power production. Nelja (four) refers to focus on four renewable energy sources – wind, water, biomass and solar.
 
For more information – https://www.4energia.ee/en/about-us

Danpower Baltic

Danpower GmbH is operated by the municipal services company of Hannover municipality Stadtwerke Hannover AG which works under the trademark Enercity. Stadtwerke Hannover AG, which is based in Hannover, has 2,700 employees, and has sales amounting to EUR 2.5 billion. The company, whose strategy is based on growth, develops renewable energy infrastructure not only in Germany but also in the Baltic states.
 
For more information – http://www.danpowerbaltic.lt/en/

I+D Energías

Aware of the importance of the development of renewable energies in the transition to a cleaner world, I+D Energías founders decided to join forces in 2008 putting together a multidisciplinary team of professionals able to offer a wide range of services in the fields of energy efficiency, energy savings, engineering and consulting to public and private entities and research groups. I+D Energías has been growing ever since.
 
For more information – http://www.idenergias.com/quienes-somos