Georgia: Regional Power Transmission Enhancement Project
The project aimed to enhance regional power trade by rehabilitating and improving 11 existing substations and constructing a new one. The project’s targeted impact was expanded power trade in the Caucasus region. Net power exports were expected to increase from 10% of domestic power generation in 2011 to 20% by 2019. The planned project outcome was a reliable, stable and efficient power operating system in Georgia that meets increasing power demand export and transit.
This report validates the completion report's assessment of the project. IED overall assessment: Successful.