Georgia Energy Security and Battery Storage Feasibility Study

Georgia Energy Security and Battery Storage Feasibility Study 560 210 ASPIRO

Government of Georgia seeks to enable integration of substantial new capacity of wind and solar power plants by deploying utility-scale battery storage solutions. We analyzed how incorporating wind and solar capacities affects the overall energy generation mix, alongside planned additions of hydro, CCGT, and nuclear power sources. The study evaluated the resilience and security of the transmission system, especially concerning required ancillary services.  We defined parameters of such deployment, drafted required regulatory changes, proposed a private investment transaction structure and financial model, and identified potential investors and suppliers for the government to engage with.

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