Wind and Hydrogen

Renewable energy has become a main source of electricity. Wind and solar power technologies will shape the future of sustainable energy systems. Green Genius, the leading company in solar power development in Europe, has decided to expand its electricity generation portfolio by adding wind and hydrogen power.

Green Genius develops its wind parks and also acquires pre-developed projects. At present, its most mature project is in the Jurbarkas district of Lithuania. Operations are planned to start in the second quarter of 2024, with an estimated capacity of 85 megawatts (MW).

It is expected that in Lithuania, by 2025, Green Genius’ development pipeline will reach 500 MW, and its co-development in Latvia will reach 300 MW. Green Genius is constantly seeking new markets for wind development possibilities.

Green Genius has an interest in entering the “green hydrogen” market. It will concentrate on green hydrogen production and its transformation into biomethane or bioethanol, exploiting synergies with sustainable supplies of CO2 from biogas plants.