On December 1, 2019, 14.9 million kWh of electricity was imported from Turkmenistan to Uzbekistan, and on December 2 – 15.4 million kWh. The press service of JSC “Uzbekiston milliy elektr tarmoqlari” reported about this.
“Starting from December 1 of this year, in accordance with the joint Uzbek-Turkmen agreement, the supply of electricity from Turkmenistan began. On December 1, 2019, 14.9 million kWh of electricity was imported from Turkmenistan to Uzbekistan, and on December 2 – 15.4 million kWh.
It should be specially noted that energy supplies are carried out in accordance with the schedule and volumes approved by the agreement.
Under the current regime of the electric network and substation of JSC “Uzbekiston milliy elektr tarmoqlari” systems are capable of delivering electricity to the border of regional networks without any restrictions,” the report said.
On November 30, the JSC “Uzbekiston milliy elektr tarmoqlari” reported that in connection with the agreement reached, starting from December 1, positive changes will occur in the provision of electric power to the republic, and there will be significantly less power outages.
Reportedly, according to the plan, 16.6 million kWh of electricity should be supplied daily for the needs of the Fergana region, but actually 17.4 million kWh is being supplied. At the same time, the real need of the region is at least 20 million kWh.
Earlier, the Daryo publication reported cases of failure of some regional electric networks that could not cope with electricity supplied from Turkmenistan due to its high voltage.