Increase of electricity consumption in Armenia

Messenger, Georgia
Feb 5 2014

Increase of electricity consumption in Armenia

By Messenger Staff
Wednesday, February 5
The Armenian Electricity Network released information stating that in
2013, the country used 6.186 billion kilowatt hours of electricity.
This is 1.3% more than in 2012. Officials inform that special measures
have been taken to decrease the waste of electricity. For this reason
automatic registration systems for electricity consumption have been
installed.

The total length of electricity transmission lines in Armenia is
31,397 kilometers. In one year, Armenia installed 1.6% more
electricity lines. The Armenian Electricity Network is the only
company involved in the distribution and transmission of electric
energy in the country. It also owns licenses for exporting electricity
to Georgia, as well as the unrecognized Mountainous Karabakh.

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