The new power line will connect Georgia and Armenia in 2012
According to information announced today by Georgian Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Alexander Khetaguri, in 2012, construction of a new 400-kilovolt transmission line connecting Georgia and Armenia will begin. As the GHN reported, minister announced this information during today's speech in Parliament.
It remains to finish a 14 kilometer line, said Khetaguri. According to him, Georgia possess necessary infrastructure. He added Armenia should construct a 110 kilometer line at their territory.
As for the power line, which connects Georgia with Turkey, it will start work in May 2012, the plan provides deadline.
Power line of 500 kilovolts capacity starts its work till the end of the year, added Khetaguri.