Turkey’s day-to-day energy intake increases 0.73 percent on …

(MENAFN) Day-to-day electricity intake in Turkey rose by 0.73 percent on Friday against the day before, amounting to 911,400 megawatt-hours, in line with official numbers of Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) on Saturday.

Hourly power intake reached its highest at 43,603 megawatt-hours at 15.00 regional time (1200 GMT), figures from TEIAS presented.

The nation’s electricity usage fell to the worst amount of 30,056 megawatt-hours at 07.00 regional time (0400 GMT).

Electricity outputs reached 897,899 megawatt-hours on Friday, indicating a surge of 0.01 percent in contrast with Thursday.

Electricity output from natural gas plants instituted 24.9 percent of entire generation, whereas imported coal and hydro power plants added 16.1 percent and 15.7 percent, individually.

On Friday, the nation’s electricity exports reached to 11,554 megawatt-hours and imports amounted to 18,488 megawatt-hours.


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