BAKU, Azerbaijan, December 5. The volume of electricity produced in the Lebap region in the east of Turkmenistan has been published, Trend reports with reference to Jeyhun News.
According to the information, since the beginning of the year, 3.17 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity have been produced at the Lebap and Watan power stations, as well as the Seydi Thermal Power Station.
The capacity of the state-owned Lebap Power Plant is 581.2 megawatts, the Watan Power Plant is 254 megawatts, and the Seydi Thermal Power Station is 160 megawatts of electricity. This makes it possible not only to provide domestic consumers with electricity without interruption but also to send surpluses to other countries.
Turkmenistan is actively integrating into the unified energy system of Central Asia and plays an important role in creating additional opportunities for further increasing the volume of supplies.
Currently, Turkmen's electricity is supplied to Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan.