Croatia's March net electricity output rises 6.2% y/y, up 7.7% m/m - table

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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

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