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Energy Review Q3 2014

Electricity: The first three quarters of 2014 have been successful for the sector, both in terms of adding new generation capacity to the system and starting new projects. On the other hand, some challenges concerning security of supply became apparent in the third quarter. So far, 2014 is being very active in terms of commissioning new generation capacity. Several important hydropower projects have been completed including: 87MW Paravani HPP, 19MW Larsi HPP and 8MW Aragvi HPP. 

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