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Europe and Eurasia: Georgia

Partnership Exchange on Tariff Methodology

Date: May 2010
Location: Frankfort, Kentucky

With the support of the US Agency for International Development, regulators from the Georgia National Energy and Water Regulatory Commission and Kentucky focused their first partnership exchange on electricity tariff methodology, given the Georgia commission’s desire to increase service quality. Specific topics discussed included market concentration, utility fines, low-income consumers, decoupling and demand-side management.

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Project Dates: 2008-Present

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Georgia National Energy and Water Regulatory Commission

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