Croatia's net electricity production increased to 1,000 GWh in August, compared with 931 GWh in the same month of 2020, the country's statistical office said on Friday.
Electricity production in August was higher than July's output of 977 GWh, the statistical office said in a statement.
Electricity imports went up to 1,055 GWh in August from 1,010 GWh in the same month of 2020, whereas exports rose to 409 GWh from 365 GWh.
Electricity imports rose 13.3% and exports increased 21.4% in August compared to July.
Electricity made available to the domestic market amounted to 1.636 GWh in August, up from 1,560 GWh in July and 1,555 GWh in June.
Details of Croatia's electricity production follow (all figures in net GWh):
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