OMNIA Energy has prepared a report on the energy market of Georgia. According to the document, renewable energy in the form of hydro and wind continues to be the primary source of power supply in Georgia.
However, the share of hydropower is decreasing due to seasonal variations.
Over the past twelve months, Georgia generated 10,907.7 GWh of hydro and wind energy, and 3,631.6 GWh of thermal energy. The share of renewable energy in Georgia's power generation during this period was 75.4%.
From a cross-border balance perspective, Georgia was a net exporter. The import volume for this period was 959.4 GWh, while the country exported 1,429.9 GWh.
The net cross-border exchange amounted to 470.5 GWh. Georgia exported 3.24 % of its total domestic generation in the past twelve-month period.