8 solar power plants under consideration
Monday, January 30Georgia is investigating the potential to power the country with solar energy, reduce its dependence on finite resources and offer a renewable energy solution to the thousands of people in Georgia who continue to live without electricity.
The Government of Georgia and Caucasus Solar Company have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) this week to start a technical-economic study for the construction of eight solar power plants in Georgia.
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The MoU examines the possibility of building the following solar power plants in Georgia:
1. Ksani Solar Power Plant
2. Marneuli Solar Power Plant
3. Kaspi Solar Power Plant
4. Gldani Solar Power Plant
5. Akhaltsikhe Solar Power Plant 1
6. Akhaltsikhe Solar Power Plant 2
7. Gardabani Solar Power Plant 1
8. Gardabani Solar Power Plant 2
During the next 18 months, Caucasus Solar Company will complete its technical-economic study and present it to the Government of Georgia which will then make a decision on the construction of the solar power plants.