By Venkataraman Krishnaswamy
This learn experiences the electrical energy region studies through the Nineties of 4 nations which are applicants for ecu accession (Hungary, Lithuania, Poland and Turkey) and 6 former states of the Soviet Union (Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Tajikistan, and Ukraine). classes are drawn from those case stories in addition to from Russia, Romania, Armenia, and Albania. The examine offers 4 key classes, on the subject of: (a) the overriding want for finished commercialization of the field prior to making an attempt reforms, (b) the necessity to comply with price lists to cove expenditures of offer and to depoliticize tariff environment techniques, (c) the necessity to opt for marketplace constructions applicable for every kingdom, and (d) the necessity to defend unique poorer shoppers from emerging bills. reliable practices are pointed out. An motion schedule is printed, in gentle of the declining curiosity of strategic traders in rising markets.
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In terms of this agreement, Georgia would be entitled to get 5% of the gas passing through as transit fees and also have the right to buy natural gas from Azerbaijan for a period of 20 years from 2004 at an annual rate of 500 million cubic meters and at a price of US$55 per 1000 cubic meters. Power System Dimensions and Characteristics The power system of Georgia, along with those of Armenia and Azerbaijan, was a part of the Trans Caucasian Interconnected power system- one of the 11 such systems in FSU.
Privatization of generation could be somewhat easier in countries where the generating units could directly enter into supply contracts with the distribution utilities and large consumers and where system dispatch supports such bilateral contracts and only residually on the basis of balancing pools. The operation of the grid becomes difficult when the generators decide to stop generation when the buyer fails to pay. Often the system has no facilities to handle such contingencies leading to system instability.
They have growing economies, solved their non-payment problem, and made substantial progress in terms of tariffs, social protection, and commercialization of their power sector. As a preparation for their EU accession they have made substantial progress in sector reform and attracting private investment. Pending their formal accession, they have to pursue their sector liberalization policies. Other countries are in a very different situation. Thus the approaches for these two groups of countries would be different.