Black Sea Group to build power station in Georgia

3 July 2011 - 1:34pm

The Black Sea Group company is interested in building a power station on the Natenebi river in Georgia, Business Georgia reports.

 According to the Georgian ministry of energy, the company has already applied to the ministry, saying it's interested in building and operating the hydro-electric power plant.

Applications are being accepted until July 3.

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