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Mishiko repairs his holed throne at the expense of hydropower plant2011-02-28 20:34
Mikheil Saakashvili's government is actively trying to distract their citizens from the thoughts of a popular revolt. The Minister of Energy Alexander Khetaguri gave the president a heap of power-related projects implying the completion of seventeen new hydroplant stations in Georgia before 2015. And, therefore, thousands of working places. The Caucasian republic is being pushed to the implementation of similar plans by the petroleum crisis that arose during the mass revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa. The only riddle is where the Georgian leader and his companions are going to get the money for the expensive building project.
for the expensive building project.
Last year the government of the Caucasian republic already cherished similar Napoleonic plans. For the light to fill the houses of Georgian citizens a Turkish & Korean consortium signed a project for the construction of a hydroplant cascade in Namakhavani. And suggested that one billion of US dollars should be invested. The building of three stations Tvishi, Zhoneti and Namakhavani must start in the second half of 2011 and last for six years. The supposed annual output of the cascade will be 1,5 billion kW/h, and the Georgian government is starting to rejoice in advance. These stations will let the country satisfy its demand for water resource power increasing in winter.
"Oil is a reliable source of power, so we must do our best to satisfy our needs with the electric power produced by hydroplants against that background of destabilization and oil price growth due to the events in the Arabian world. So we are moving to electric cars, and there will be some other innovations", Saakashvili cheered up the officers of the Ministry of Energy.
According to the target set by the president, Mr. Khetaguri is now declaring that the cascade is not enough, and that seventeen hydroplants are just right. For all the staff the Caucasian republic will require about five billion dollars. And it is even known from which hands the Georgian government is going to get the fabulous resources: Georgia does not loath anything to attract someone ready to invest into such expensive and risky projects.