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Pashinyan: Negotiations underway over new nuclear power plant

The Armenian Prime Minister said that construction is planned to begin in 2025.

Pashinyan: Negotiations underway over new nuclear power plant

The Armenian Prime Minister said that construction is planned to begin in 2025.

Villages under blockade after government’s failed public outreach over energy project

Opponents of the Namakhvani HPP have continued to protest the project despite a police crackdown in the area.

Villages under blockade after government’s failed public outreach over energy project

Opponents of the Namakhvani HPP have continued to protest the project despite a police crackdown in the area.

Thousands turn out for Kutaisi hydropower protest

Activists have threatened to blockade Kutaisi in two weeks if the government does not back down.

Thousands turn out for Kutaisi hydropower protest

Activists have threatened to blockade Kutaisi in two weeks if the government does not back down.

Abkhazia moves to shut down cryptomining as blackouts escalate

While the authorities blame cryptocurrency miners for the blackouts, experts say the problem goes much deeper.

Abkhazia moves to shut down cryptomining as blackouts escalate

By Marianna Kotova

While the authorities blame cryptocurrency miners for the blackouts, experts say the problem goes much deeper.

Editorial | Georgia’s show of force in Pankisi was reckless and irresponsible

The government needs to prioritise a more participatory approach to regional development.

Editorial | Georgia’s show of force in Pankisi was reckless and irresponsible

By OC Media

The government needs to prioritise a more participatory approach to regional development.

‘Almost 40% of Georgians’ borrow money to pay utility bills

Energy poverty affects many in Georgia, a recent study conducted by World Experience for Georgia has found. It says almost 40% of population borrow money to pay utility bills.

‘Almost 40% of Georgians’ borrow money to pay utility bills

Energy poverty affects many in Georgia, a recent study conducted by World Experience for Georgia has found. It says almost 40% of population borrow money to pay utility bills.

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