Georgia increases electricity consumption
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Feb. 20
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
Some 1.21 billion kWh of electricity was consumed in Georgia in January 2020, Trend reports citing Georgian Electricity System Commercial Operator of Georgia (ESCO).
Compared to January 2019, this figure increased by about 6 percent. Reportedly, local generation facilities generated 1.03 billion kWh of electricity.
In January 2020, 214.26 million kWh of electricity was imported to Georgia.
In the reporting period, Georgia received the largest volume of electricity - 136.80 million kWh - from Russia.
Some 77.45 million kWh of electricity was imported to Georgia from Azerbaijan.
Since 2006, the Electricity System Commercial Operator of Georgia has been providing stability to the Georgian electric power sector, uninterrupted electricity supply in the country and active development of the Georgian energy system.
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