Cleantech Cluster Lithuania
Connecting cleantech leaders
Cleantech Cluster Lithuania connects clean technology companies, science and research institutions and other entities which contribute with their professional knowledge, skills, business activities, reputation and experience in pursuit of common goals of increasing the competitiveness of the cluster members and positioning Lithuania as a country of clean technologies.
Increasing the competitiveness and added value of cluster members and the entire sector, fostering integration and interdisciplinary collaboration, providing high-added value solutions for clean technologies through R&D, innovation development and implementation, and similar activities.
We strive to make Lithuania a cleantech leader in the Baltic Sea region.
Members gain access to a strong network of cleantech experts, establish contacts with cleantech companies in Lithuania and beyond, collaborate in developing new solutions, products and services, participate in public tenders and international funding programmes.
Membership in the cluster creates added value for the company offering features of responsibility, sustainability, and progress. Members can use the cluster name and logo in their communication channels.
Networking & information
Cluster members find it easier and cheaper to get specialized information, make contacts with decision makers. Cluster coordinator ensures representation of members, engages in lobbying, networking.
Innovation & finance
Cluster promotes innovation, creates a better environment for R&D, reinforces the value chain of the cleantech sector, facilitates investment attraction.
Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park features long-standing traditions in development of entrepreneurship, promotion of business and science collaboration, provision of infrastructure and other innovation support services to young, innovative enterprises as well as to other knowledge-intensive business. More information:
Lietuvos Energija is a group of energy companies operating in the Baltic States and Poland. According to Lietuvos Energija’s new strategy, the group will increase green generation capacities, expand its operations in international markets, will create and introduce innovations in the energy sector. More information:
Vilnius Gediminas Technical University is an innovative Lithuanian university educating creative highly qualified specialists. The University is a leader in the field of technical sciences and provides modern, labour-market-oriented studies. More information:
Vilnius University provides R&D-based and innovative solutions that create value for its partners in academic or business domains. More than 160 teams of researchers in all R&D areas develop innovative interdisciplinary solutions for business and society. More information:
The aim of Klaipėda University Marine Research Institute is to carry out international level marine research, to provide R&D services based on scientific research and innovation development, to participate in the formation of marine R&D activities, to participate in the study process. More information:
The Baltic Environmental Forum in Lithuania is a non-profit public organization that carries out environmental activities. Key areas of activity include environmental policymaking, relations with various groups in society, institutional capacity building, training, public education and various voluntary initiatives. More information:
The Lithuanian Energy Institute is a state research institute, acting as a state budget institution and carrying out long-term fundamental and applied research and development at the international level related to energy and environment. More information:
Bioversio combines scientific knowledge with nature’s potential to meet the challenges of efficient and environmentally-friendly biotechnological solutions. Company’s products can be applied to various different uses: environmental protection, agriculture, medicine, cosmetics and food industry are only a few areas which can benefit from skillfully applied biotechnologies. More information:
Birštonas Mineral Waters is a modern company that uses not only advanced technologies but also strict quality control methods. Currently, three types of natural mineral waters Vytautas, Birutė and Akvilė are produced. More information:
The main activity of UAB INECO is clean technologies, industrial ecology. Experts of the company carry out experimental and technological development, perform testing, implementation and provide consultations on industrial wastewater decontamination and waste utilization. More information:
UAB REKIN specializes in the development of cosmetics and veterinary products for medical use. The company, in collaboration with a wide range of scientists, develops innovative products that protect against the harmful effects of the environment by abandoning synthetic additives without natural analogues.
Saulės grąža is a leading solar energy company in Lithuania, whose activities include the development of renewable energy, the development of electronic products, and the provision of consultancy in the field of renewable energy. The company invests in the research and implementation of the most innovative and optimal solar energy solutions. More information:
The Nectar Sun is an innovative photovoltaic system made for water heating. The Nectar Sun controller, which is connected to a conventional home water heater, uses solar energy to save money. More information:
UAB Saulės Vėjo Aruodai conducts research, develops and manufactures simple but innovative solar energy products for smart homes. Engineers in the field of heating, ventilation and automation form the foundation of the company’s strength to create a cleaner future. More information:
SoliTek – the leading Northern-European PV cells and modules manufacturer. SoliTek’s produces solar cells, glass-foil and glass-glass PV solar panels and installs solar power plants in Lithuania. They also pay a lot of attention to innovations and researches. More information:
„Žaliasis taškas“ is the first and largest licensed packaging waste recovery and recycling organization in Lithuania, which coordinates the management of commercial packaging waste. Established in 2003, the organization currently represents over 3000 Lithuanian producers and importers. More information:
“Solet Technics” – solar power experts who produce Lithuanian solar modules and install photovoltaic systems. The company’s installed power plants not only provide energy autonomy, save energy, reach places that are off the grid, but also protect the environment and nature. More information:
Since 2008 Darom is an active environmental organization that promotes citizenship and active society. The company believes that by bringing people into environmental protection action they are creating not only the clean environment but also an environment-friendly society. More information:
Žali.LT is a new generation of Lithuanian Green association, based on the principles of public awareness, human and natural coherence and the new green-led leaders. The movement follows the strategy that by combining solidarity, the public sector, initiatives and dialogue, it is possible to achieve the best solutions for sustainable development. More information:
“Insectum” – startup, developing food waste recycling with insects technologies. In the waste-to-protein process, an additional value from food waste is created in a form of sustainable feed and certified eco-fertilizer. More information:
Lithuanian Biomass Energy Association LITBIOMA is currently comprised of more than 40 members. Association LITBIOMA involves the producers and suppliers of solid biomass and other renewable local resources as well as the producers and designers of solid biomass boiler rooms and other equipment, developers of plantations, academic institutions and independent heat suppliers. More information:
VŠĮ “Žiedinė ekonomika” was founded in order to foster zero-waste production and lifestyle in Lithuania and to promote the principles of circular economy between business and government institutions. “Žiedinė ekonomika” shares its expertise and transfers the experience of non-governmental European environmental networks. More information:
“Green Policy Institute” (“Žaliosios politikos institutas”) is a think-tank of green ideas where suggestions turn into transnational cooperation, environmental protection and educational projects at international, national and municipal levels. More information:
The main activity of MB Hyraus Trys is the production of paper and cardboard products; creative, artistic and entertainment activities; bioplastics research and innovation.
MB „Biovala“ is a young and innovative private capital science-production biotechnology company whose main activity is improving the quality of the environment. The main goal of the company is to provide professional consultations on the improvement of the environment and to offer high-quality products and services that help to solve ecological-environmental problems. More information:
Klappir Lithuania is an Icelandic software company providing environmental and resource management solutions. Klappir has developed sustainable software that enables companies and public sector organizations to manage their costs of resource usage and environmental accounting data, including CO2 emissions. More information:
LZT Group is a group of companies constantly investing in the latest technologies which are environment-friendly and saves the financial and time resources of its customers. One of the newest and most innovative products – the industrial wastewater treatment plant MEIRY, which processes industrial wastewater to a level that allows it to be used as technical water. More information:
The main activity of UAB “Viltechna” is the development, installation and maintenance of safe traffic control systems, intelligent transport systems, information systems and solutions. More information:
MB Inovacijos Maiste which is operating the brand “Green Bang Snacks”, produces healthy roasted chickpea snacks packed into biodegradable-compostable packaging. In addition, company spends 10% of its profit on planting trees and creating green zones in urban areas. More information: