It's mostly about upgrading Georgia's power transmission system but this reference is interesting: "We believe Georgia’s energy efficiency will be improved, which will lead to technical improvement of export and import of energy. As a result, Georgia will gain greater integration in the regional network,” said Georgia’s Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili.
It is a very important project also in terms of investments that may be attracted to energy generation plants operating in Georgia,” he added."
They already generate energy from gas at the Gardibani power station and I now think that the South Kakheti gas resource might well have a role to play in future power generation.
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