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ZAGREB (Croatia), August 11 (SeeNews) - Croatia's gross electricity production increased by 4.7% on the month to 960 GWh in June, statistics office data showed on Thursday.
On an annual comparison basis, the country's gross electricity output soared 84%, following a 0.3% increase in May, the data indicated.
Croatia's electricity imports rose 12% month-on-month to 750 GWh in June, while exports rose 40.1% to 283 GWh. Compared to June 2015, imports were down 12.3%, while exports jumped 13.5 times.
Croatia's electricity consumption was 1,369 GWh in June, up 0.8% on the month and 2.2% on the year.
Detailed data about Croatia's electricity output follows (all figures are in net GWh):
|TOTAL gross output||960||522||917|
|- Hydro power plants||570||362||632|
|- TTP and CHP on fossil fuels||296||74||160|
|- TTP and CHP on renewable fuels||35||17||35|
|- Wind power plants||52||62||83|
|- Solar power plants||7||7||7|
|TOTAL net output||933||514||901|