Azerbaijan’s export of electric power has been declining for the second straight month. As a result, for Jan-Apr power export ensured only 0.138% of export revenue for the country ($7.156 bn).
The State Customs Committee reports that according to electric meters’ data for Jan-Apr 2014 electric power export from the country totaled 99.404 million. In January energy export supplies made up 9.792 million kWh, in February 8.265 million kWh, in March 38.108 million kWh and in April 43.239 million kWh. Last year the best month index was registered in December (42.45 million kWh) and in 2012 - in March (107.548 million kWh).
Registration on customs entries (power export) for Jan-Apr reached 219.926 million kWh for $9.852 million versus 595.67 million kW/h for $24.848 million in 2013, 482.697 million kW/h for $27.756 million in 2012 and 794.497 million kW/h for $40.1 million in 2011. In January registration reached 9.58 million kWh for $557,780, in February 145.772 million kWh for $6.608 million, in March 32.9 million kWh for $1.39 million and in April 31.648 million kWh for $1.296 million.
In 2014 the country still exports electricity at the price of $0.0448 per 1 kWh against $0.0417 in 2013 and $0.0575 per kWh in 2012.
In January 2014 the price was $0.0582, in February $0.0453 in March $0.0422 and in April $0.0409 per kWh.
In January 2013 the price was $0.0597 per kWh (the best index for 2013) and in December 2013 it made $0.0596. At that, the December 2012 price ($0.3699 kWh) became the highest for 2011-13.
In 2011 the country exported power at the price of $0.0505 and the highest export price was registered in May 2011 - $0.07 per kWh