Lithuanian Solar Power Plants Installed in Georgia
From 21 October 2019, Lithuanian solar power plants started operating in three refugee camps in Georgia - Prezeti, Tsilkani and Tserovani.
The total installed solar power capacity is 127.8 kilowatt-hours, which will reduce electricity costs and CO2 emissions for the local population by as much as 97.5 ton per year. It will provide electricity to administrative and public buildings and will help to solve the problem of drinking water supply.
This project was implemented in cooperation between the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania, the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania to Georgia and Solet Technics together with partnering company Sun House - მზის სახლი.
The project was funded by the Climate Change Program of the Ministry of the Environment of the Republic of Lithuania and a financial contribution from Solet Technics.