U.S. helps Georgia rebuild power transmission lines
Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb.22/Trend, N.Kirtskhalia /
A pre-tender meeting was held in Tbilisi on Wednesday with participating companies reconstruct the Senaki 1.2power transmission lines.
The meeting was organised by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Georgia State Electro System.
The restoration and reconstruction of the power transmission infrastructure is a critical component of the power infrastructure development programme within an agreement on technical assistance between the U.S. and Georgia.
High-voltage power transmission lines owned by the Georgia State Electro System and in particular 220-kilovolt power transmission lines Senaki 1.2 and related substations Mendji and Tskhaltubo will be rebuilt.
The U.S. government has allocated a grant worth $125 million for this development in Georgia.