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Electricity Tariffs in Georgia and Turkey

Averaged price of electricity imports in December declined by annual 16.1% and constituted 4.9 US Cent on a kilowatt/hour.

According to G&T information, growing imports volume in December 2017 raised the power balance price by annual 13.3% and constituted 4.8 US center for a kilowatt/hour.

19.7% of total supplied electricity was traded on balance market, while the remaining trade was carried out on the ground of bilateral agreements. In December 2017 averaged market price declined by annual 37.1% and price per kilowatt/hour constituted 4.1 Cent.