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ZAGREB (Croatia), May 17 (SeeNews) - Croatia's net electricity production grew by 6.2% on the year and by 7.7% on the month to 1,327 GWh in March, the country's statistics office said on Tuesday.
Croatia's electricity imports increased 18.2% on the year to a net 669 GWh in March, while exports nearly doubled to 451 GWh from 286 GWh a year earlier, the statistics office said.
Month-on-month, electricity imports increased 10.4% and exports rose by 14.5%.
Electricity available for the domestic market amounted to 1,528 GWh, up 1.9% on the year and 100GWh more than in February.
Detailed data of Croatia's electricity supply follows (all figures are in net GWh):
|March '16||March '15||February '16|
|Hydro power plants||837||828||737|
|TTP and CHP on fossil fuels||350||313||347|
|TTP and CHP on renewable fuels||33||15||31|
|Wind power plants||103||89||115|
|Solar power plants||4||4||2|