Azerbaijan has established a power sector capable of providing essential power supply service to all domestic consumers and the network was integrated with neighboring countries. However, an extended period of under-investment and limited maintenance has resulted in significant deterioration in the quality of the sector?s infrastructure, mainly reflects on unreliable and inadequate power supply and high losses of the transmission and distribution networks.
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