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ZAGREB (Croatia), July 12 (SeeNews) - Croatia's net electricity production increased by 1.2% on the year but was 5.4% lower on the month to 901 GWh in May, the country's statistics office said on Tuesday.
Croatia's electricity imports increased 24.1% on the year to 670 GWh in May, while exports rose to 202 GWh from 85 GWh a year earlier, the office said.
Month-on-month, electricity imports jumped 13% and exports rose 4.1%.
Electricity available for the domestic market amounted to 1,358 GWh, up 2% both in annual and monthly comparison.
Detailed data about Croatia's electricity supply follows (all figures are in net GWh):
|Hydro power plants||630||596||522|
|TTP and CHP on fossil fuels||147||211||306|
|TTP and CHP on renewable fuels||34||16||31|
|Wind power plants||83||62||87|
|Solar power plants||7||6||6|