Visit of the Representatives of Energy Security Awareness Training Course at GSE Substation
On April 14, the representatives of various Government agencies of Georgia and international organizations visited GSE Substation “Didube 220” within the frameworks of NATO Energy Security Awareness Course organized jointly by NATO Energy Security Centre, the US Naval Academy and STC Delta.
The visitors put questions about the structure of the power generation and consumption in Georgia as well as the development of energy industry for protection of interests of consumers and cross-border energy trade.
Head of Human Resources and Organizational Development Department of GSE Mr. Mikheil Zibzibadze comprehensively answered all the questions and spoke about the company’s achievements and the infrastructural projects implemented at GSE in recent years. The guests visited 35 KV indoor bay and open switchgear of Didube 220 Substation.
The representatives of American Naval High School, Nato Energy Security Centre, BP, the US Embassy of Georgia as well as the representatives of the Lithuanian Ministry of Defense gave the attendees a lecture on Nato Energy Security Awareness Course. The event was attended by the representatives of the Ministry of Energy of Georgia, JSC “Georgian State Electrosystem”, the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgias as well as the representatives of other Governmental departments.
The meeting focused on the renewable energy integration issues in energy security and defense sectors. Discussions were made on the possibilities to increase energy security for critic facilities and their protection from cyber and terrorist attacks.
NATO Energy Security Awareness Course lasted for 5 days and ended on April 15.