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Wind Power Station Generated 87.8 million Kw/h in 2017

In 2017 Kartli wind power station generated 87.8 million Kw/h electricity and supplied the power to the distribution network. The power station was put into exploitation on December 20, 2016 and was registered as a qualified facility on January 27, 2017. Based on financial and technical characteristics of the project, …

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(D)Effective Policy of Energy Sector

Andria Gvidiani

Growing demand for power supply and seeking new sources to satisfy this demand remains one of the key challenges worldwide. Rising number of population, economic advancement and other factors create preconditions for a continuous growth in demand for electricity and, energy, in general. Everybody agrees that the mentioned process is …

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Georgia’s Energy Independence: the Outlook

Georgia’s Energy Independence: the Outlook

Energy independence and energy efficiency represent one of the crucial challenges for Georgia. Gia Arabidze, energy department dean of Georgia Technical University talks on energy independence to “Business Morning”. – Gia, it has become common knowledge that energy independence is of utmost importance. How can we react to this challenge …

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Aerial Gas Pipeline Crossing on Kuroskhevi River in Stepantsminda is Built

Minister of Energy of Georgia, Ilia Eloshvili and the General Director of oil & gas corporation, Davit Tvalabeishvili opened new air crossing on the main gas pipeline in the North Caucasus – Transcaucasia. DN 1200 mm gas pipeline was constructed by the Georgian tender winner company – “ElitaBurji” LLC. The above …

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Georgia-Germany Business Forum to be Held in Hamburg

 Germany will host forum on October 18. Representatives of governmental organizations and trade chambers of Germany and Georgia will address the audience at the event. Presentations on the trade and investment environment of the two countries will be presented and discussed at the event. Discussions will be also held about Georgia …

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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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