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Georgia has implemented reforms in the energy sector resulting in increased power supplies nationwide. Nonetheless, energy services still do not meet the country’s needs. USAID projects help facilitate investment to, improve natural gas transmission infrastructure to increase the availability of gas for households and key economic development zones, and improve electrical power transmission through constructing new power lines, while promoting increased energy efficiency.

Current programs:

Georgian National Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (GNERC) Partnership Program
Sept 2010– Sept 2020
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissions (NARUC)
This project fosters the exchange of experience and information between the U.S. and the Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission. The project improves regulatory practices, strengthens the regulatory authority, supports the transition toward European-oriented market mechanisms, and incentivizes the utilities to improve service to customers.

Energy Technology and Governance Program                                                
Oct 2016 -  Sept. 2020
U.S. Energy Association (USEA)                                                                                  

This project develops long-term electricity network analysis and development plans to assist the country’s transmission and distribution grid owners and operators to plan for future investments in grid infrastructure.

USAID’s Energy Program                                                                               
Nov 2017 - Dec 2020
Deloitte Consulting LLP                                      
USAID's energy program supports Georgia's energy security by incentivizing investments in generation from native resources and helping Georgia meet its commitments under the EU Energy Community treaty. Through the program, USAID provides technical assistance to the Government of Georgia and facilitates public-private partnerships to build capacity in key areas.

Last updated: April 28, 2020

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