According to the Bank's website, this project finances assistance to the Georgian Energy development Fund to develop a renewable energy market and implement renewable energy auctions.
The assistance will include the following: (1) support in selecting a site for a solar photovoltaic project (2) develop a design for a competitive bidding process (3) prepare tender related documentation required for the deployment of a competitive procurement scheme for a solar photovoltaic project and wind power project (4) provide techincal, financial and legal assistance for the implementation of the competitive procurement scheme.
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