For the second time in a row Georgia’s capital city of Tbilisi is hosting the international congress and exhibition ‘Hydropower Caspian and Central Asia’.
This is a professional platform for high-level participants to discuss key topics to guide the course for hydropower construction and operation in the Caspian and Central Asia region.
During the two-day event (February 14-15) high-profile speakers will discuss the changing role of hydropower in the energy sector and the benefits of interconnections beyond national borders.
Participants will review initiatives and commitments and discuss action priorities.
Over 100 delegates will visit Tbilisi to attend the ‘Hydropower Caspian and Central Asia’ congress. Guests will come from Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Russia, Kazakhstan and other countries.