(MENAFN) Day-to-day power intake in Turkey saw a rise of 13.9 percent on Monday in comparison to the day before (Sunday), reaching an amount of 945,042 megawatt-hours, in line with official figures of Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) on Tuesday.
According to data from TEIAS which presented that Hourly power intake reached its highest at 45,819 megawatt-hours at 04.00 PM regional time (1300 GMT).
The nation’s electricity usage fell to the worst rate of 29,536 megawatt-hours as of 06.00 AM regional time (0300 GMT).
Electricity output reached an amount of 936,275 megawatt-hours on Monday, signaling a rise of 14 percent in comparison to the previous day (Sunday).
Electricity output from natural gas power plants contributed in 19.4 percent of whole generation, whereas wind and imported coal plants constituted in 17.3 percent and 16.9 percent, each on that order.
On Monday, the nation’s electricity exports reached an amount of 6,055 megawatt-hours and imports total was at 14,824 megawatt-hours.
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