Georgia may be connected to European Energy Network by underwater line
Georgia may be connected to European Energy Network by underwater line

Georgia may be connected to European Energy Network by underwater electric power transmission line passing through the Black Sea.

Irakli Tkebuchava, a representative of Gross Energy Group Company told First Channel that preliminary technical-economic studies of the project are already conducted.

Building of the line connecting to Romania and Bulgaria is considered. Cost of the project will presumably exceed USD 3 billion.

Georgia-European Union Business Council supports concept of the project. Consultations are planned with representatives of executive authorities and international organizations.

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