This project provides an equity investment in JSC Nenskra Hydro to finance the development and construction of a 280 MW Nenskra HPP on the Nenskra and Nakra rivers in the Svaneti region in north-western Georgia.
Korean Water Resources Corporation (K-Water) is a state-owned company.
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