Europe and Eurasia: Georgia

Workshop on Cross-Border Trade and Accounting

Date: January 2014
Location: Tbilisi, Georgia

With the support of the US Agency for International Development, NARUC experts engaged with officials from Georgia and Turkey on the development of rules and procedures required to harmonize cross-border electricity trade activities with Turkey. Participants discussed the current tariff methodology employed for the regulation of the electricity transmission sector in order to review it and make necessary modifications that promote more efficient cross-border trade in electricity with tneighboring power systems.

Participants also worked to elaborate the current draft of the chart of accounts in order to implement a Uniform System of Accounts (USoA) as a system for monitoring and control of regulated entities.






At A Glance

Project Dates: 2008-Present

Primary Partners:

Georgia National Energy and Water Regulatory Commission

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