Tajikistan plans to increase electricity exports to Afghanistan and Uzbekistan in 2019, said Chairman of the state energy holding ‘‘Barki Tochik’’ Mirzo Ismoilzoda at a meeting with journalists in Dushanbe on February 13.
He added that negotiations were underway with the Afghan and Uzbek energy sector on the volumes and prices of supplies.
At the peak of electricity production (spring-summer season), the republic can offer Afghanistan and Uzbekistan more electricity than in 2018.
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According to preliminary agreements, it is planned to supply about 3.2 billion kWh of electricity to neighboring countries, that is, 1.6 billion kWh for each country.
Commenting on whether the export tariffs for Uzbekistan will change compared to 2018, Ismoilzoda noted that this issue is being discussed with Uzbek colleagues and the Tajik side suggests raising it.