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Challenges and opportunities – making the Georgian energy sector more secure
13 June 2022

During the Russia-Ukraine the EU has become a clear example of how substantial reliance on a single country to satisfy energy needs can threaten nations’ economic development, and how challenging the task of achieving energy security is while substantially depending on a single country in key energy products.

April 2022 | Electricity Market Review
27 May 2022

In April 2022, Georgian power plants generated 1,125 mln. kWh of electricity (Figure 1). This represents a 36% increase in total generation, compared to the previous year (in April 2021, the total generation was 825 mln. kWh).

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).

March 2022 | Electricity Market Review
25 April 2022

In March 2022, Georgian power plants generated 1,077 mln. kWh of electricity (Figure 1). This represents a 63% increase in total generation, compared to the previous year (in March 2021, the total generation was 661 mln. kWh).

February 2022 | Electricity Market Review
30 March 2022

In February 2022, Georgian power plants generated 890 mln. kWh of electricity (Figure 1). This represents a 29% increase in total generation, compared to the previous year (in February 2021, the total generation was 692 mln. kWh). The increase in generation on a yearly basis comes from the increase of 34% and 24% in thermal and hydropower generation, respectively, more than offsetting the 7% decline in wind power generation.

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