ZAGREB (Croatia), November 16 (SeeNews) - Croatia's net electricity production increased 16.5% on the year in September, reaching 905 GWh, the statistical office said on Thursday.
On a monthly comparison basis, electricity output rose 0.7% in September, the Croatian Bureau of Statistics said in a press release.
Croatia's electricity imports dropped to 933 GWh in September from 1,089 GWh a year earlier, while exports fell to 392 GWh from 444 GWh.
Month-on-month, electricity imports decreased 18% in September, while exports grew 24%.
Electricity made available to the domestic market amounted to 1,427 GWh in September, down from 1,686 GWh last month, but up from 1,403 GWh last year.
Detailed data about Croatia's electricity production follows (all figures in net GWh):
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