This project finances improvements to the Enguri Hydro Power Plant facility. This includes rehabilitating the Enguri headrace tunnel, penstock, and switchyard, Vardnili II spillway gates, and Enguri river diversion weir and access road.
This investment extends an existing loan provided by the EBRD. The EBRD's total financing for all phases is USD $105 million, with the total project cost for all phases at USD $182.2 million.
Engurhesi Ltd is a state-owned special purpose company that owns and operates Enguri HPP.
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