10 May 2019 - 17:42
The government of Georgia has allocated 2 million GEL (about 0.73m/€0.65m) to install solar panels in areas of Georgia where there is still no consistent electricity supply.
Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said at today’s government meeting that the solar panels will be mostly installed in such settlements “which have unique touristic potential”.
He explained that no access to the electricity hampers development of tourism potential in such areas.
Overall, public buildings in Georgia are step by step going green by introducing energy-efficient solutions.