Paravani

Paravani

 

a lake in the Georgian SSR. It has an area of 37.5 sq km. Its average depth is 2.4 m; and its maximum depth 3.3 m. Situated between the Dzhavakheti and Samsari mountain ranges at an elevation of 2,074 m, it is fed primarily by subterranean waters. The highest water levels are in May; the range of fluctuation is about 0.7 m. The lake freezes in November or December, and the ice breaks up in April. Lake Paravani is the source of the Paravani River, a right tributary of the Kura River.

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On Saturday, an official inauguration ceremony was held by Turkish conglomerate Anadolu Group for a hydroelectric power plant on the Paravani River in Georgia which will help Turkey in addressing some of its electricity demand.
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The power plants to be constructed by Agaoglu Energy will be built over the River Paravani and will have an annual production capacity of 277 million kWh.
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In the presence of the Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Garibashvili, the Minister of Energy, Kakha Kaladze, and Turkey s Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Taner Yildiz, the Paravani Hydroelectric Power Plant will be opened in Georgia on Saturday.
The plant will have a capacity of 85 MW and is located on the Paravani river in the Samstkhle Javakheti region near the border with Turkey.
2 This is the second hydro project Alstom s Turkish teams supplied in Georgia after the Paravani hydropower plant (2 x 45,4 MW Francis turbines) project.