Croatia's net electricity production decreased to 1,052 GWh in February from 1,093 GWh in the same month of 2019, the country's statistical office said on Thursday.
On a monthly comparison basis, February's electricity output was also lower - down from 1,162 GWh in January, the statistical office said in a statement.
Electricity imports rose to 851 GWh in February from 846 GWh in the same month of 2019, as exports dropped to 423 GWh from 454 GWh.
Month-on-month, electricity imports in February fell by 13.3%, while exports rose by 2.4%.
Electricity made available to the domestic market amounted to 1,459 GWh in February, down from 1,643 GWh in January and slightly down from 1,463 GWh in February 2019.
Details of Croatia's electricity production follow (all figures in net GWh):
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