Croatia's net electricity production decreased by 13% on the year in April, reaching 832 GWh, the statistical office said.
On a monthly comparison basis, electricity output dropped by 22% in April, the Croatian Bureau of Statistics said in a press release on Friday.
Croatia's electricity imports rose to 716 GWh in April from 593 GWh a year earlier, while exports fell to 175 GWh from 194 GWh.
Month-on-month, electricity imports increased 2.4% in April, while exports plummeted by 41.1%.
Electricity made available to the domestic market amounted to 1,352 GWh in April, down 7.2% on the month, but up 1.6% on the year.
Detailed data about Croatia's electricity production follows (all figures in net GWh):
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