Croatia's net electricity production fell to 846 GWh in September, compared with 974 GWh in the same month of 2020, the country's statistical office said.
Electricity production in September was lower than August's output of 1,000 GWh, the country's statistical office said on Friday.
Electricity imports went up to 1,034 GWh in September from 881 GWh in the same month of 2020, whereas exports fell to 437 GWh from 473 GWh.
Electricity imports fell 1.99% and exports increased 6.8% in September compared to August.
Electricity made available to the domestic market amounted to 1,430 GWh, down from 1,636 GWh in August, and up from 1,362 GWh in September 2020.
Details of Croatia's electricity production follow (all figures in net GWh):
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