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Triniti Jurex joined Lithuanian Wind Energy Association and the Lithuanian Solar Energy Association

An enabling legal environment is key to achieving Lithuania’s climate change targets. To contribute to the development of renewable energy sources, we have become members of the Lithuanian Wind Energy Association and the Lithuanian Solar Energy Association. We believe that by drawing on our long-standing experience in the energy and environmental law sectors, we will be able to contribute even more effectively to solving the problems faced by companies in these sectors.

TRINITI JUREX’s Energy & Infrastructure team has many years of experience in advising wind and solar energy project developers, as well as representing the interests of leaders in the energy and environmental sectors – from electricity, renewables, conventional and nuclear energy, gas, oil and heat trading to waste management – and in litigation.

“We represent developers of wind and solar power plants, installers of solar panels, and owners of the land needed for the construction of solar and wind power plants. We advise project developers on legal issues throughout the entire process – from the conclusion of acquisition transactions to obtaining a permit to produce electricity,” says Gintarė Ivanauskaitė.


The Lithuanian Wind Energy Association (LVEA) unites investors and equipment and service providers in the wind energy sector. LVEA has been operating since 2005. LVEA’s objective is to ensure favourable conditions for the development of wind energy projects by contributing to the creation of an attractive legislative framework and investment climate. The Association advocates decarbonisation and decentralisation of the Lithuanian energy production sector, the use of local renewable resources, the increase of energy independence through wind energy, and the implementation of the European Union’s renewable energy policy.


Established in 2009, the Lithuanian Solar Energy Association (LSEA) brings together solar energy market players to inspire, encourage and support Lithuania’s use of solar energy as a clean, renewable energy source for energy independence and a secure future. The aim of the LSEA is to develop the solar energy industry, to create favourable conditions for the use of solar energy in Lithuania and to educate the public about solar energy technologies. The Association has established a working group with ESO (Energy Distribution Operator), in which members of the Association are actively involved.