Economy

AYFB – ESCO Hides Russian Electricity Imports Tariff

Referring to various manipulations, the Electricity System Commercial Operator (ESCO) keeps Russian electricity imports tariffs classified, the Association of Young Financiers and Businessmen (AYFB) noted.

AYFB Ready to Discuss Energy Exchange Problems with Prime Minister

The Energy Exchange problems are not dully analyzed and the Government should be more concentrated on this issue, Giorgi Kapanadze, head of the Association of Young Financiers and Businessmen (AYFB) noted.

ElGreen Publishes the 2021 Semiannual Report on Imports of Azerbaijani Electricity

Considering the high public interest, ElGreen Energy Company has published the 2021 semiannual report on imports of Azerbaijani electricity to Georgia.

Sandro Rakviashvili: Electricity Imports Tariffs should Be Publicized

Electricity imports tariffs should be publicized to make an adequate comparison of which tariffs are more profitable and affordable

AYFB President: Energy Exchange Actors Cannot Efficiently Participate in Deals starting January 1, 2022

According to the Energy Exchange management, the Exchange has already launched an operation in test regime and the platform actors actively participate in deals,

Davit Narmania: Nothing Catastrophic May Happen if Energy Exchange is Postponed Further

“Under the current regulations and the Government-approved market rules, the 1st of January 2022 is the deadline when the Energy Exchange must be launched.

AYFB President: Manipulation with Numbers and Actions Generates Substantial Risks in Energy Sector

Electricity System Commercial Operator (ESCO) and Georgian State Electro system

AYFB President: Energy Exchange Management Stays Unready to Launch Platform on January 1

“Even Deputy Economy Minister Davit Tvalabeishvili has proved that on January 1, 2022, the Energy Exchange inauguration is questionable.

Irina Milorava: We will Be Ready to Launch Efficient Operation of Energy Exchange on January 1, 2022

The Government has taken the decision to postpone the Energy Exchange inauguration for January 1, 2022, from July 1, 2021.