BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 3
By Maryana Akhmedova – Trend:
Georgia’s exports of electricity from January through September 2021 amounted to 871.2 GWh, which is an increase of 242.4 percent, compared to 254.4 GWh over the same period of 2020, Trend reports via the National Statistics Office (Geostat).
Georgian imports of electricity also showed a significant increase over the reporting period of 2021 – 2,210 GWh, which is an increase of 114.9 percent, compared to 1,028 GWh in the first 9 months of 2020.
Georgia’s total electricity production from January through September 2021 amounted to 9,040 GWh, which is an increase of 6.2 percent, compared to 8,511 GWh over the same period of 2020.
Georgian electricity production by types of power plants (Jan. through Sept. 2021), compared to the same period of 2020:
Thermal electricity plants – 1,240 GWh (24.2 percent decrease);
Hydroelectricity plants – 7,767 GWh (14.1 percent increase);
Wind plants – 62.5 GWh (10.4 percent decrease).
The domestic supply of electricity in Georgia over the reporting period of 2021 amounted to 10,054 GWh, which is an increase of 12.2 percent, compared to 8,955 GWh from January through September 2020.
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