According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing to Stimor Agro for the construction and equipment of 7ha of glass greenhouses to grow tomatoes. The greenhouses will be fitted with artificial daylight and heated through geothermal energy.
This project has since been removed from the Bank's website.
Stimor Agro is a Georgian producer of tomatoes, which currently operates ~12Ha of hydroponic plastic greenhouses, part of which are heated with geothermal energy. The company produced ~3,000 tons of tomatoes in 2018, and mainly exports to Russia.
No contact information provided at the time of writing.
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