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Georgia Makes History Becoming Energy Transit Country

Georgian State Electrosystem has started implementing function of transit corridor by two directions. 

The Georgian State Electrosystem today announced Georgia would earn 1 million GEL per month for being an energy corridor that transferred power between Russia and Armenia, and Azerbaijan and Turkey.

According to the company, from February 5th, transit of an electricity has started from Russia to Armenia where on average 30 MW power flow occurs.

Meanwhile yesterday, February 7, Georgia started to transfer power from Azerbaijan to Turkey. 80 MW of electricity could be transferred through Georgia to its destination.

Each month Georgia will earn approximately 1 million GEL through these two transit corridors.