A declaration has been signed between the Georgian Economy Ministry and the German Development Bank (KfW) earlier today on the development of clean and renewable energy in Georgia.
The study of green hydrogen potential begins in Georgia, the Economy Ministry reports.
So-called green hydrogen is a ‘clean fuel’ which is produced by energy from the sun, water and wind.
Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava stressed the importance of Georgia’s appearance ‘on the map of green hydrogen exploration,’ noting that the country will begin the production of green hydrogen.
As a result, it will be possible to transport energy from regions saturated with renewable energy projects to regions with energy shortages,” Turnava said.
She also emphasised that Georgia will be one of the first countries in the region ‘to turn this technology into reality’ with the support of its German partners.