Zurab Noghaideli: Society should Realize Necessity of Building Mega Power Facilities

Georgia should build everything, but in compliance with regulations, Zurab Noghaideli, currently, member of ElGreen energy company’s supervisory board noted.

Zurab Noghaideli: ElGreen Backs Georgia to Develop Any Types of Power Generation

Frequently, we hear that ElGreen imports electricity to Georgia, and therefore, this company has no interest in developing domestic power generation facilities in fear of losing electricity imports opportunities and incomes.

Geocase Hosts Online Discussion series: “Japan’s Foreign Policy”

The online event “Japan’s foreign policy” was organized by the think-tank Geocase. The discussion was moderated by Mr. Victor Kipiani, Chairman of the Geocase.

Georgian Economy Hit a Record 44.8% in April

Georgian economy grew by 44.8% in April compared to the same period of the last year, - show preliminary data from the Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat).

ElGreen Publishes Electricity Imports Tariffs for April 2021

ElGreen energy company has published electricity imports tariffs for April 2021.

Import of Azerbaijani Electricity is Cheaper than Imports of Russian and Turkey Electricity

Galt & Taggart have published the Georgian electricity market report, under which imports of Azerbaijani electricity in 2020 were cheaper compared to imports of Russian and Turkish electricity.

Zurab Noghaideli: Namokhvani, Khudoni and Nenskra HPPs will Make Breakthrough in Georgian Economy

Georgia’s nearest economic growth forecast stands at 5%, but this growth is not sufficient, because it can improve the economic conditions of only 40% of our population

Zurab Noghaideli: Georgia should Employ the Opportunity to Grow into Energy Hub

Georgia has the opportunity to grow into an electricity hub. To this end, the country should employ its advantages, Zurab Noghaideli, currently, member of ElGreen energy company’s supervisory board noted.

Georgian Honey Costs Approximately $60 in Arab Countries; Challenges before Georgian Beekeepers

Honey in Arab countries are perceived as liquid gold and Georgian honey costs approximately $60 in these countries