September 2008
Central Asia & the Caucasus (14046091);2008, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p96
Academic Journal
The article reports on the energy sector in Armenia. It cites the lack of fuel resources in Armenia and its limited alternative energy resources. It is noted that the country is one of those members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) that can boast of sustainable energy supplies. Several measures of the Armenian government to strengthen the country's energy security are mentioned such as maximum reliance on renewable energy resources. Also discussed are the efforts of the Armenian government to develop its electric power sector and energy exports.


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