GIEC – Gardabani Coal Fired Thermal Power Plant 150-300 MW – Georgia - Project Profile
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Georgian International Energy Corporation (GIEC), the subsidiary of Georgian Industrial Group (GIG) through Tkibuli 150 LLC (formerly C-Power Ltd) is undertaking the construction of a coal-fired power plant in Gardabani, Georgia.
The project involves the construction of a 150-300MW coal-fired power plant. It includes the construction of storage facilities, a powerhouse, a substation and related infrastructure, the installation of turbines, generators, and transformers, and the laying of transmission lines.
In September 2015, Dongfang Electric Corporation (DEC) signed an agreement with GIEC to develop the project.
On October 16, 2015, GIG signed a memorandum of understanding with An energy service company or energy savings company (ESCO) along with the Government of Gerogia (GoG)
DEC will undertake the construction works on the project.
Skoda Praha AS has been appointed as the study consultant for the project.
On June 30, 2016, an amendment was provided for the construction of thermal power plant in Gardabani instead of Tkibuli, was introduced to the agreement.
Tkibuli planned to start construction before September 2016. However, the company has not developed and presented the EIA report and respectively, hence it did not receive the Environment Impact Permit.
Planning activities are underway and the construction is scheduled to commence by the end of third quarter or fourth quarter of 2017.
The project involves the construction of a 150-300MW coal-fired power plant in Gardabani, Kvemo Kartli Region, Georgia.
The US$200 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of storage facilities
2. Construction of a powerhouse
3. Construction of a substation
4. Installation of turbines
5. Installation of generators and transformers
6. Laying of transmission lines
7. Construction of related infrastructure
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