Croatia's April net electricity output drops 8.8% y/y, down 28.3% m/m - table

Author: Ken Teegardin. Licence: Creative Commons, Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic.

ZAGREB (Croatia), June 13 (SeeNews) - Croatia's net electricity production dropped by 8.8% on the year and by 28.3% on the month to 952 GWh in April, the country's statistics office said on Monday.

Croatia's electricity imports increased 22.3% on the year to 593 GWh in April, while exports rose 32% to 194 GWh, the office said.

Month-on-month, electricity imports dropped 11.4% and exports plummeted 57%.

Electricity available for the domestic market amounted to 1,331 GWh, down 2.3% on the year and 12.9% on the month.

Detailed data of Croatia's electricity supply follows (all figures are in net GWh):

  April '16 April'15 March'16
Hydro power plants 522 639 837
TTP and CHP on fossil fuels 306 306 350
TTP and CHP on renewable fuels 31 16 33
Wind power plants 87 77 103
Solar power plants 6 6 4

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