In the last parliamentary session, the Georgian government drew a new plan to expand gas pipelines and access to more villages to gas.
Currently, a large portion of the country relies on burning wood or electricity to heat water, heat their homes, and for cooking purposes. From January 1 – September 1, 2018, more than 11 thousand subscribers have been added to the gas network in 53 rural settlements.
By 2020, the goal is to have 1.3 million households in the natural gas network. In the plan presented, the government pledges to find additional financing for gasification, but does not specify what funds will be covered.