Georgia probable to resume energy delivery to Azerbaijan in Jan
Georgia is probable to resume energy delivery to Azerbaijan in January as part of repayment of energy debts for the previous years, Marlen Asgarov, Voce President of Azerenerji Joint-Stock Company, told Trend.
According to Asgarov, at present the company holds talks with the Georgian side. Georgia explains the delay in energy supply to the country with the problem at the Inguri Hydro-electric power station (HEP). They promise to restore repayment of debts upon removal of the problem, Asgarov underlined.
Georgia ceased energy supply to Azerbaijan after two days of commencement of repayment of its debts. Azerbaijan received only around 2 million kW/h of energy. 330 kW electricity transmission line of Gardabani was used for energy delivery to the Azerbaijani electricity system.
Georgias debts to Azerbaijan had accumulated in the period from 1992 to 1994 and comprised 32.25 million kW/h of energy worth $17m.