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Georgia, USAID indicator Memorandum of Recognizing on power industry teamwork

Georgia’s Deputy Economy Minister Romeo Mikautadze and also Claire Mason, the acting mission Director of the United States Agency for International Development have actually authorized a memorandum of comprehending on teamwork in the power industry, the Ministry of Economic situation introduced on Friday. The Memorandum intends to assist guarantee that Georgia’s houses and also companies can rely on a constant supply of power “that is fairly priced and not subject to unfair pressures from external malign actors”, the USAID stated. “The Memorandum paves the way for close cooperation meeting our joint goals of securing reliable, affordable, diversified, and clean supplies of energy. Together we will increase the resilience of the energy sector to withstand the increasing threat of cyberattacks. “We will facilitate investment in new domestic renewable energy generation that contributes toward meeting climate change goals set by both Georgia and the US. We will develop Georgia’s energy markets in line with the Energy Community Treaty and Accession Protocol–and supporting Georgia’s EU membership ambitions’ ‘, the USAID stated. The memorandum consists of 4 critical goals: enhancing Georgia’s power safety and security in long-lasting plan development; promo of financial investments towards exercise of renewable resources; raising Georgia’s institutional capability for lasting administration of the power market and also raising the sustainability of the power industry with enhancing cyber safety and security.
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Georgia’s Deputy Economy Minister Romeo Mikautadze and also Claire Mason, the acting mission Director of the United States Agency for International Development have actually authorized a memorandum of comprehending on teamwork in the power industry, the Ministry of Economic situation introduced on Friday.

The Memorandum intends to assist guarantee that Georgia’s houses and also companies can rely on a constant supply of power “that is fairly priced and not subject to unfair pressures from external malign actors”, the USAID stated.

“The Memorandum paves the way for close cooperation meeting our joint goals of securing reliable, affordable, diversified, and clean supplies of energy. Together we will increase the resilience of the energy sector to withstand the increasing threat of cyberattacks.

“We will facilitate investment in new domestic renewable energy generation that contributes toward meeting climate change goals set by both Georgia and the US. We will develop Georgia’s energy markets in line with the Energy Community Treaty and Accession Protocol–and supporting Georgia’s EU membership ambitions’ ‘, the USAID stated.

The memorandum consists of 4 critical goals: enhancing Georgia’s power safety and security in long-lasting plan development; promo of financial investments towards exercise of renewable resources; raising Georgia’s institutional capability for lasting administration of the power market and also raising the sustainability of the power industry with enhancing cyber safety and security.

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