Two new members from Lithuania and abroad – GriJana and Ørsted – have joined LVEA


The Lithuanian Wind Power Association (LVEA) is growing and is introducing two new members. One of the two is Klaipeda-based company GriJana, the center activity of the company is the quality control of metal structures in the Baltic States. Another one is Fredericia-based, international Danish energy company Ørsted, which core business consists of offshore and onshore wind markets, bioenergy.

GriJana is Lithuanian private equity company that has been operating since 2012. The specialists of the company carry out audits of metal production, document evaluation, and maintenance of production quality in accordance with the criteria of the standards and contractual specifications and, on request, the management of the production of the project. The company employs specialists of their field whose proficiencies are verified by the International Institute of Welding (IWE/IWI), TWI Certification Ltd (CSWIP), FROSIO/SSPC certificates.

GriJana is a long-term and reliable partner in quality control of many of the world’s largest companies, with projects in Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands and the Philippines. In regular cooperation with contractors, manufacturers and suppliers, GriJana develops a continuous strategy for product and process improvement, creating a partnership that is beneficial for all of the parties.

Ørsted is  global leader in offshore wind development market with 30 years of experience. The company also operates in the onshore wind and bioenergy markets. Currently Ørsted produces green electricity equivalent to the consumption of 15 million people, but the ambition is to increase this number to 30 million by 2025.

Company’s market-leading position has enabled it to reduce the costs of renewable energy, so new markets and investors are able to see the huge potential of offshore wind as a more profitable, efficient and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. The company is currently present in Northern Europe (Scandinavian countries, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany), as well as the US and Asia Pacific.

Companies such as INIKTI wind and RWE Renewables have recently joined LVEA. As well as ČEZ Group, iPS Baltics and Vilnius Science and Innovation Center.

The Lithuanian Wind Power Association has 33 members including energy producers, facility and service providers. The association unites and represents Lithuanian and foreign specialists and professionals working in the field of wind energy.