Meeting with Deputy Minister of Energy

on the 20th June, Mr Nelu Neacsu and Mr, Jan Haizmann had a meeting with Deputy Minister of Energy, Mr. Ilia Eloshvili. The Ministry of Energy has been drafting a National Energy Strategy, which will be published in the fall of2018. Though there is limited transparency on the work of the Ministry and no official stakeholder involvement foreseen. The Georgian energy market is very small and liquidity can only be enhanced in co-operation with markets in neibouring countries. As there is politica...
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Meeting at the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia

The second day of EAR-AER’s fact finding mission to Georgia from 19 till 22 of June started with a very interesting meeting with staff members of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia, Mrs. Ekaterine Galdava, head of department of Infrastructure Policy and Relations with Development Partners and Mrs. Matsatso Tepnadze, head of the division in the same department. Georgia decided since 2 years to apply a form of decentralisation and now contains 9 regions and 1 aut...
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Booth camp on entrepreneurship as first output of EAR’s fact finding mission to Georgia

At the end of the day of 19th June, the two board members visited Tbilisi’s Techno Park, an initiative of the Georgian Government enabling students and starters to familiarise with 3D applications and laser applications. The Techno Park has been recognised by M.I.T. Boston as a FabLab and is active in that context. They were guided by Ms. Ana Gugushvili of the GITA agency. Gradually started the idea of a joint venture training between TechnoPark and EAR-AER in the summer of 2018. Joined...
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EAR-AER at the law faculty of the State University of Tbilisi

On June 19th board members MM. Nelu Neacsu and Louis Delcart were received by the dean of the law faculty of the State University of Tbilisi, Dr. Irakli Burduli. The State University of Tbilisi is the oldest and largest university of the Caucasus region. Its law faculty is also the largest in the area with 800 active students among which 300 undergraduates. Georgia’s legislation is mainly based upon the German legislation. The Law school has strong links with similar institutes in Cologne...
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