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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):
|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|