Government of Georgia has decided to spend 2 million Georgian Lari to install the solar power plants in the inhabited areas with no electricity. Prime Minister of Georgia, Mamuka Bakhtadze stated during the briefing today that the project has already been prepared.
According to PM, areas with unique tourism potential are considered to be part of this project. Taking into account the fact that these areas don’t have electricity, its development is being hindered.
Prime Minister also thanked USAID for their significant support in the development of this project.
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