On 21 November, Davit Keshelava, deputy practice lead of ISET Policy Institute’s Macroeconomic Policy Research Center (MPRC), took part in a Georgian-Austrian Business Forum that was organized by Advantage Austria Tbilisi (while acting as part of the Trade Mission in Georgia and Azerbaijan).
The research report is available in the Georgian language only.
In September 2022, Georgian power plants generated 1,194 mln. kWh of electricity. This represents an 8% increase in the total generation compared to the previous year (in September 2021, the total generation was 1,101 mln. kWh).
During a meeting held at Rooms Hotel Tbilisi on 2 November, Mariam Katsadze and Giorgi Papava from a research team at ISET Policy Institute presented the results from the latest assessment of the economic dimensions within local creative industries.
In the first and the second quarters of 2022, Georgian power plants generated 3,107 mln. and 3,663 mln. kWh of electricity, respectively. This represents a 27.9% and 35.3% increase in total generation compared to the corresponding periods of the previous year (in 2021, the total generation in Q1 was 2,429 mln. kWh and 2,708 mln. kWh in Q2).