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In November 2017, Georgian power plants generated 968 mln. KWh of electricity. This corresponds to a 3% decrease in total generation, compared to the previous year (in 2017, total generation in November was 998 mln. kWh). The decline in generation on a yearly basis comes from a decline in thermal power generation (more details below).

On a monthly basis, generation increased by 17% in October 2017 (total generation was 828 mln. kWh).

Following the traditional seasonal pattern, the share of electricity produced by renewable sources declined to 69% of total generation (663 mln kWh), while that of thermal power generation increased, accounting for 31% of total generation (304 mln. kWh).

In October 2017, Georgian power plants generated 828 mln. KWh of electricity. This corresponds to an 8.7% decrease in total generation in comparison with the previous year (in 2016, total generation in September was 907 mln. kWh). The decline in generation on a yearly basis comes from a decline in thermal power generation and in hydro power generation (more details below).

On a monthly basis, generation increased by 0.79% with respect to September 2017 (in September 2016, total generation was 820 mln. kWh).

In September 2017, Georgian power plants generated 820 mln. kWh of electricity. This corresponds to a 3% increase in total generation in comparison with the previous year (in 2016, total generation in September was 798 mln. kWh). On a monthly basis generation decreased by21% with respect to August 2017 (in August 2017, total generation was 1,035 mln. kWh).

Following the traditional seasonal pattern, renewable sources of electricity produced 87% of total generation (713 mil kWh), while thermal power generation has started increasing, accounting for 13% of total generation (103 mln. kWh). Looking at the seasonal trends, generation from TPP was highest between December and February, and lowest between May and July, when renewable generation peaked.

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