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Georgia’s Mountain Villages Will Get Electricity After 27 years

Lentekhi

Four Georgian villages located in Lentekhi municipally, will get electricity for the first during 27 years, Georgian government made the decision. Pursuant to the Government’s decision, electrification of four villages of Lentekhi Municipality will be conducted. Namely, for the purpose of electrification of villages – Mananauri, Tskhumaldi, Bavari and Khacheshi, the …

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Georgia Can Supply Electricity to Iran

Electricity, Iran

Georgia can supply electricity surplus to Iran in spring and summer through Armenia and get it back in winter, when consumption increases in the country, Georgian Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze said, Sputnik International news agency reported. Kaladze went on an official visit to Iran on Feb. 16. Issues of cooperation …

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Azerbaijan Starts Exporting Electricity to Turkey Via Georgia

Georgian energy

Azerbaijan has started exporting electricity to Turkey via Georgia since Feb. 7, Azerbaijan’s energy ministry told Trend news agency. “Starting from Feb. 7, Azerbaijan began to export nearly 80 megawatts of electricity per day to Turkey,” the ministry said. Previously, the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) of Turkey issued Azerbaijani side …

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Georgia Plans to End up Electricity Import

Electricity

Georgia plans to completely refuse from electricity import from 2018, according to the outlook of Georgian Energy Ministry posted on its website. With electricity import totaling 0.75 billion kilowatt hours in 2015, by constructing new power plants, Georgia plans to reduce electricity import (shortage) to 0.21 billion kilowatt hours in …

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Electricity Tariffs to Rise in Georgia

Over one million customers of Energo-Pro Georgia power distributor company will see electricity tariff increase by 3.95 tetri (about 1.75 U.S. cents) per kWh starting from August 1, prompting the government to consider subsidies for socially vulnerable households. Energo-Pro Georgia, which is part of the private Czech group Energo-Pro, is …

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Is it Possible to Avoid Growth of Tariffs for Gas and Electricity?

Is it Possible to Avoid Growth of Tariffs for Gas and Electricity?

The increase in gas tariffs for corporate customers has been postponed for a few months, which caused joy among entrepreneurs, but the issue still remains on the agenda. Talk of a possible increase in electricity tariffs added to this. However, after the public learned that the negotiations on this issue …

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