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In December 2018, Georgian power plants generated 986 mln. kWh of electricity. This represents a 9% decrease in total generation, compared to the previous year (in 2017, total generation in December was 1080 mln. kWh. The decrease in generation on a yearly basis comes from decrease in thermal power (-30%), more than offsetting the increase in hydro (+3%) and wind power generation (+11%).

On a monthly basis, generation increased by 10% (in November 2018, total generation was 900 mln. kWh). The monthly increase in total generation was the result of an increase in electricity produced by hydro power generation (up to 705 mln. kWh, which represents +25% with respect to November 2018), while there was a decrease in generation of wind and thermal power (-4% and -17% with respect to November 2018 respectively).

In November 2018, Georgian power plants generated 900 mln. kWh of electricity. This represents a 7% decrease in total generati on, compared to the previous year (in 2017, total generation in November was 968 mln. kWh). The decrease in generation on a yearly basis comes from decrease in hydropower (-15%), more than offsetting the increase in thermal power generation (9%) and in WPP generation (+33%).

On a monthly basis, generation increased by 15% (in October 2018, total generation was 783 mln. kWh). The monthly increase in total generation was the result of an increase in electricity produced by thermal power generation (up to 331 mln. kWh +67% with respect to October 2018), while there was a decrease in generation of renewable sources (570 mln. kWh -3%with respect to October 2018).

In October 2018, Georgian power plants generated 783 mln. kWh of electricity. This represents a 5% decrease in total generation, compared to the previous year (in 2017, total generation in October was 828 mln. kWh). The decrease in generation on a yearly basis comes from and decrease in hydropower (-1%) and thermal power generation (-17%), more than offsetting the increase in WPP generation (+4%).

On a monthly basis, generation decreased by 8% (in September 2018, total generation was 849 mln. kWh). The monthly decline in total generation was the result of a reduction in electricity produced by renewable sources (down to 585 mln. kWh -15%with respect to September 2018), offsetting the increase in thermal power generation (198 mln. kWh +23% with respect to September 2018).

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