|Air Turbine:||31 days|
|3rd Unit:||31 days|
|4rd Unit:||31 days|
|9rd Unit:||23 days|
|Combined Plant:||31 days|
GEL Official Rate
WELCOME TO THE NEW WEBSITE OF ESCO
The website of the Electricity Market Operator, in terms of its technical features and content is the best possible product in this field. Simple design, easy access through the links and quite informative news blocks will help you find the required info swiftly and effortlessly. Having historic database on the website is a good way to view and analyze the statistics. Operative data of current reporting period, regardless its forecasting nature, helps the interested individuals in planning their activities. The electricity export/import/transit news blocks are interesting and informative. The process of updating data on our website is very efficient. In parallel mode, the English version is also updated.
Settlement Indicators of January 2019
In January 2019, the quantity of balancing electricity, purchased (sold) through ESCO was 277 626 670.0 kWh, which represents 24% of total delivery to the grid in mentioned month. The cost of balancing electricity have made up GEL 37 575 306.41.
♦ - The electricity sold through the direct contracts
♦ - Balancing electricity
On February 13, 2019, the Head of ESCO’s International and Investor Relations Department Mrs. Tamar Tsurtsumia spoke at the Georgian Parliament and reviewed the requirements of the Energy Community Agreement and a new draft energy law of Georgia, as well as the reforms that should be implemented in the energy sector based on these requirements. The session was attended by the chairmen and members of the branch committees and the Committee on European Integration...
From January 28, 2019, the Electricity Market Operator has registered the “BFDC Georgia” LTD to take part in the wholesale trade as importer, in accordance with the “Electricity (Capacity) Market Rules”.
From January 21, 2019, the Electricity Market Operator has registered the “ENERGO-ARAGVI” LTD to take part in the wholesale trade as a Small Power Plant in the part of “Aragvi 2” HPP, in accordance with the “Electricity (Capacity) Market Rules”.