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The potential of the Enguri River in Georgia for hydroelectric power was identified early and work on Khudoni Dam was started in 1979 but a combination of many factors including the processes that lead to the Soviet Union’s destruction, the work was stopped in June 1989. Following the 2003 Rose Revolution, the Georgian Government actively sought investments from different circles and started campaigning heavily to garner public support for the Khudoni Project. In December 2009, MOU was signed between Trans Electrica Limited and Government of Georgia represented by Ministry of Energy for the construction of Khudoni Hydro Power Project on BOO basis.