Turkey’s daily electricity usage rises by 18.1 percent on De…

(MENAFN) Based on the official data released on Tuesday by the Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS), daily power usage in Turkey soared by 18.1 percent on Monday in comparison to the day before, standing at 890,629 megawatts per hours.

According to TEIAS data, the nation’s electricity consumption peaked at 44,235 megawatts per hours per hour at 12 p.m. regional time (0900 GMT) and declined to 27,311 megawatts per hours per hour at 5 a.m. regional time.

On Monday, 878,840 megawatts per hours of electricity were produced, an 18.4 percent rise from Sunday.

Wind and natural gas factories contributed by 20.7 percent and 16.1 percent of the total generation, correspondingly, whereas imported coal factories comprised by 23.6 percent of it.

The nation’s electricity exports on Monday were 7,622 megawatts per hours, while its imports were 19,414 megawatts per hours.


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