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UNEP-DTU Finds Opportunity to Raise Energy Efficiency Ambition in Tbilisi, Georgia

UNEP-DTU Finds Opportunity to Raise Energy Efficiency Ambition in Tbilisi, Georgia

The partnership between UN Environment (UNEP) and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has released the Energy Efficiency Brief for the city of Tbilisi, Georgia. The Brief summarizes opportunities and issues uncovered during a dialogue between UNEP-DTU and the city administration aiming to explore opportunities for energy efficiency implementation. The …

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Georgia’s Electricity Balance Value Exceeds Turkish Balance Value by 16%

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In April 2017 Georgia’s electricity balance value exceeded Turkish market price by 16%, but the price saw annual 5.2% contraction after Lira depreciation. As a result, the price of one kilowatt/hour electricity made up 4.1 Cent. According to G&T information, Georgia’s electricity balance value has not changed in practice (+0.7% …

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Macedonia Reiterates Interest in Joining TAP

Macedonia Reiterates Interest in Joining TAP

The Republic of Macedonia is very interested in connecting with the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, CEO of Macedonian Energy Resources Skopje company Krste Miladinov told Trend. “Regarding the connection to TAP, a request was sent to TAP AG Greece, but no final response has been received so far,” he …

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Mardi Holding Introduced Energy Efficient Projects to Foreign Experts

Mardi Holding Introduced Energy Efficient Projects to Foreign Experts

The seminar was held on “Management of multifamily housing with Energy efficient suction”, where Mardi Holding representative introduced the construction of energy-efficient projects. Company representative spoke of the construction of residential buildings adapted to modern requirements and constructed with geothermal heating / air-conditioning systems. “Mardi Holding launches energy efficient houses, …

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Georgia Formally Ratifies EU Energy Treaty

Leaders from the European Union said Tuesday they welcomed Georgia, a former Soviet republic, as the latest member of the European energy community. All 89 members of the Georgian Parliament ratified an agreement Monday to align energy policies with the European Union. “The Energy Community welcomes Georgia’s accession and the …

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EU helps Covenant Signatories Get Better Access to Energy Data

The EU-funded Data4Action project has developed a comprehensive guide to facilitate access to data for Sustainable Energy Action Plans. The project is improving data exchange between public authorities and energy data providers. The data access guide was developed to help Covenant signatories get better access to local, accurate energy data …

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Perspectives for Constructing Solar Power Stations in Georgia

Having implemented the first wind power station construction projects and announced interests expression for another implementation, Government of Georgia plans to explore perspectives for constructing solar power stations in the country. Government of Georgia and KJSC Caucasus Solar Company will sign an understanding memorandum for carrying feasibility studies in order …

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