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Government to Determine New Players of Free Market of Electricity

According to the new draft law, the Government will define which other players will be able to buy electricity on the free market, Irina Milorava, head of the Georgia National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC), noted. Irina Milorava told BM.GE that it is not known when major players …

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Energy Community Secretariat Presents Electricity Supply Rules in Georgia

Experts from the Energy Community Secretariat presented draft rules for electricity supply to the National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) and distribution system operators in Georgia. The adoption of the rules, which were developed under the framework of the EU4Energy project, is a necessary part of the electricity …

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Keti Berikashvili: Communication with Public Becomes More Tradable

Interview with Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) press speaker Keti Berikashvili. Why did you decide to enter this field, and what opportunities does public relations give in terms of career growth? I work at GNERC for 10 years. I am a reporter by profession, currently I’m …

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GNERC Issues Electricity Generation License to Shuakhevi HPP

Shuakhevi HPP

Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) has issued an electricity generation license to 178.7megawatt hydro power plant in Shuakhevi Municipality. The facility is owned by LLC Adjaristsqali. Shuakhevi HPP with 2 hydro-aggregates was put into exploitation in 2017 and its installed generation is 178.72megawatts. Designed generation makes …

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Steam Power Plants Apply to GNERC for Tariff Correction

Steam power plants have applied to Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) for determination of new tariffs. The application was submitted by LLC Gpower, LLC Georgian International Energy corporation, LLC Mtkvari Energy and LLC Gardabani Steam Power Plant. The mentioned companies demand for recalculation of electricity generation …

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Distance Agreements Become Available in Electronic Communications Field

Georgian National Communications Regulatory Commission (GNERC) has satisfied the demand of a number of authorized bodies and made changes to the commission resolution N3 (March 17, 2006) – Regulations for Service Supply and Consumer Rights Protection in Electronic Communications Field for signing distance agreement on service supply to consumers. Under …

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Government Stops Subsidizing Natural Gas Tariff

Government of Georgia will not subsidize natural gas tariff, Mariam Valishvili, Deputy Energy Minister told Business Course. The 5-Tetri subsidy will be abolished after new tariff determined by GNERC will come into force on July 20, she said. This subsidy will be abolished. The 5-tetri tariff was moved to the …

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Georgian Consumer Started Excessive Electricity Sales

“The Georgian consumer has started sales of excessive electricity generated”, the project was launched several months ago and the electricity has been already supplied to first clients. The GNERC member Giorgi Fangani told the Business Contact that Ilia State University spares 23 000 GEL thanks to solar panels’ power. The …

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What is Happening around Tbilisi Sulfur Baths?

Sulfur Baths

Who Acts behind Protest Rallies around Tbilisi Sulfur Baths? The Bath Complex Has to Pay Due Tax in Any Case? Are the Sulfur Baths obliged to pay a tax for use of the sewage system under the officially determined tariff? The dispute refers to the payment for the sewage system …

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