Georgia purchases 827.8 million kilowatt hours of electricity

Georgia purchases 827.8 million kilowatt hours of electricity

According to the Georgian Electricity Market Operator, ESCO, in the first two months of 2021, Georgia purchased 827.8 million kilowatt-hours of electricity, more than 410 million kWh per month. The main suppliers are Russia and Azerbaijan.

521 million kWh of electricity has been purchased from Russia in 2 months, and 299.7 million from Azerbaijan.

January 2021 electricity import figures:

Russia - 262.315 million kWh;

Azerbaijan - 151.78 million kWh;

Total imports - 414.09 million kWh.

In February 2021, Georgia imported electricity from the following markets in the following proportions:

Russia - 258.85 million kWh;

Azerbaijan - 147.94 million kWh;

Turkey - 6. 93 million;

Total imports - 413.72 million kWh.

In 2020, Georgia bought the most electricity from Azerbaijan. Georgia purchased 726 million kilowatt-hours of electricity from this country, equal to 45% of total imports.

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