The Azerbaijani energy system has transferred to parallel work regime with Georgia. As a result, Georgia will receive 30 MW of electricity, Azerenergy told Trend.
Azerenergy said that the energy deliveries to Georgia will not affect the energy supply of subscribers in Azerbaijan. The energy flow was interrupted after complete removal of the incident in Georgia. The debt to be accumulated as a result of the operations will be returned to Azerbaijan in the end. It is usually carried out through reverse delivery of electricity.
The energy deliveries to Georgia are implemented die to blast in the electricity transmission lines Kavkasioni, which supplies Russian energy to Georgia. The restoration work will take as minimum two weeks, according to the General Director of Rosgruzenergy, Georgiy Sheradze.