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Energy is an essential production factor in every sector of an economy, demand for energy grows in line with the steady increase in overall economic activity. Launched in 2013, Energy Sector Review analyses the main trends and key events in Georgia’s energy sector, including electricity, oil,
and gas. Believing in the importance of the energy sector for Georgia, ISET Policy Institute will provide quarterly Energy Sector Reviews. The series reports we will review and analyze the main trends and developments characterizing the energy sector of Georgia and present the main events that had been taking place during the reporting period, which we believe will affect the evolution of the energy sector.
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Quarter 3-4, 2021 | Energy Market Review
24 May 2022

In the third and the fourth quarters of 2021, Georgian power plants generated 3,766 mln. and 3,479 mln. kWh of electricity, respectively. This represents a 27.3% and 34.1% increase in total generation compared to the corresponding periods of the previous year (in 2020, the total generation in Q3 was 2,958 mln. kWh and 2,594 mln. kWh in Q4).

Quarter 1-2, 2021 | Energy Market Review
24 January 2022

In the first and the second quarters of 2021, Georgian power plants generated 2,429 mln. and 2,708 mln. kWh of electricity, respectively (Figure 1). This represents a 16.0% and 3.2% decrease in total generation compared to the corresponding periods of the previous year (in 2020, the total generation in Q1 was 2,893 mln. kWh and in Q2 it was 2,797 mln. kWh).

Quarter 3-4, 2020 | Energy Market Review
22 June 2021

In the third and the fourth quarters of 2020, Georgian power plants generated 2,958 mln. and 2,594 mln. kWh of electricity, respectively. This represents a 9.6% decrease and 2.4% increase in total generation compared to the corresponding periods of the previous year.

Quarter 1-2, 2020 | Energy Market Review
08 February 2021

In the first and second quarters of 2020, Georgian power plants generated 2,893 mln. and 2,797 mln. kWh of electricity, respectively (Figure 1). This represents a 1.5% and 9.7% decrease in total generation compared to the corresponding periods of the previous year (in 2019, the total generation in Q1 was 2,936 mln. kWh and 3,097 mln. kWh in Q2).

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