Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Energo Pro Georgia negotiates with Armenia to import electricity

Energo Pro Georgia is holding negotiations with Armenia about electricity imports, Radoslav Dudolensky, its Deputy General Director, has declared at press conference. Dudolensky says that if electricity imports are needed, Energo-Pro Georgia will continue to try and conclude agreements to receive them.

A reciprocal agreement with the Turkish State Energy Company, which envisages the import of Turkish electricity in winter in return for Georgia supplying electricity to Turkey during the summer, is already in place, and Georgia will receive 200-250mln kWh electricity if needed. 100-150mln kWh of electricity from Armenia is already available.

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