Regulatory & Competition Energy

TGS Baltic “is particularly sought after for its expertise in energy, infrastructure, and transportation projects.” 

The biggest uncertainties in the energy sector relate to the changing environment. Renewable energy brings brand new legal challenges not only for businesses and institutions but also for lawyers. Our services take a fresh legal approach to dealing with the ongoing transformation of the energy sector.

The Baltic states are constantly looking for new ways to integrate their energy networks with the European networks, create alternative energy supplies and increase focus on renewables. We are proud to be a part of all these strategic projects.

Our Baltic energy practice offers full legal support in corporate, finance, litigation, real estate and regulatory matters. The team has worked on nearly all major energy projects in the region.

We work with investors, governments, regulators and a diverse mix of market players. We are also proud to have a particular focus on renewable energy sources, the importance of which has increased due to international commitments by the Baltic countries and government subsidies.


Major Deals

  • 27.05.2024

    TGS Baltic advised Latvenergo to conclude the largest wind farm development deal in Lithuania

    The implementation of the project is an important step in strengthening the competitive position of Latvenergo in the Lithuanian market and a factor in lowering the electricity price for customers in the Baltic states. For Latvenergo, this transaction is a significant breakthrough in executing the Group strategy.

  • 21.01.2024

    TGS Baltic assisted Mitsubishi on acquiring 20% stake in European Energy

    The deal will inject around €700m into the Danish renewables group, and the investment will significantly boost the Danish renewables developer’s capital base and growth prospects.

  • 29.11.2023

    TGS Baltic assisted Enefit Green AS with selling Paide and Valka district heating businesses in Estonia and Latvia to AS Utilitas Eesti, Estonia's largest district heating company.

    Enefit Green AS has agreed to divest Paide and Valka district heating businesses to AS Utilitas Eesti by divesting Paide business and 100% shares in the Valka district heating company SIA Enefit Power & Heat Valka. In Paide, the transaction consists of a district heating enterprise whose assets include a cogeneration plant commissioned in 2015, a biomass boiler plant, a reserve boiler house, and a solar park.

  • 22.11.2023

    TGS Baltic advised the Environmental Investment Centre on the development of a EUR 49 million hydrogen measure

    The TGS Baltic team advised the Environmental Investment Centre (EIC) on developing new support for the deployment of green hydrogen in the transport and industrial sectors. The purpose of EIC’s green hydrogen call for proposal is to test the introduction of green hydrogen in Estonian conditions from production to final consumption.

  • 05.10.2023

    The European commission approves €193 million Lithuanian state aid scheme to support offshore wind farms to foster the transition to a net-zero economy

    TGS Baltic advised client on getting approval from The European Commission to support offshore wind farms to foster the transition towards a net-zero economy, in line with the Green Deal Industrial Plan

  • 08.09.2023

    TGS Baltic assisted Clean Energy Infrastructure Fund, managed by Modus Asset Management UAB, in acquiring 100% shares of three companies with a portfolio of solar projects with a total capacity of 55 MW in Latvia from the developer SIA Evecon via the special purpose vehicle Clean Energy Investments UAB.

    Clean Energy Investments UAB, a special purpose vehicle of a closed-end investment fund, Clean Energy Infrastructure Fund, managed by a Lithuanian renewable energy investment manager, Modus Asset Management, signed an agreement with one of the leading renewable energy developers in the Baltic States, SIA Evecon, to acquire 100% shares of three companies with a portfolio of 10 advanced technology solar park projects in Latvia.


Awards & Recognition

  • Chambers and Partners

    “This practice recently extended its core expertise in the electricity, nuclear and gas sectors to include renewable energy, capitalizing on the significant growth in this area.”

    Chambers and Partners
  • Chambers and Partners

    “Vilius Bernatonis heads the practice and specializes in the energy sector. Sources comment on his 'creative legal mind' and his in-depth knowledge. He regularly provides legal counsel to the Ministry of Energy.”

    Chambers and Partners


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