Capital’s Georgia win

PRIVATELY owned Perth company Capital Turbines has secured a contract in the former Soviet republic of Georgia for a 300-megawatt power project, worth $70 million over three phases. Capital Turbines chief executive Neil Robinson said the deal was unique in that it would be the first thermal power plant to be built since the end of communism and under the new political regime. “We are a service provider to the power generation industry both private and public,” he said. “The power plant is needed to meet the shortfall of energy for the December winter period.” Capital Turbines competed against 13 international companies to win the contract.

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