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Georgian-Turkish power line project is almost completed2013-05-17 14:02
Georgian-Turkish project on construction of transmission lines for electricity exports abroad is to be completed in the near future. According to the Georgian Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze, the Georgian side has already completed its part of power transmission lines, the Tbilisi Week reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"It's about a 500-kilovolt power transmission line to transfer 1000-1200 megawatts of electricity abroad,"- he said.
According to the Minister, for this purpose there should exist regulation and rules like in the developed European countries. "In this regard, we have signed a memorandum with the USAID. This agency is helping us in the implementation of energy projects," said Kaladze.
Recall, we reported today that the Indian companies Tata POWER and CLEAN ENERGY, as well as fund IFC InfraVentures began the implementation of hydropower projects in Georgia.
According to the press service of the Prime Minister of Georgia, representatives of the largest multinational Indian company Tata Group has expressed a desire to invest in Georgia at the Davos meeting with Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili.