Daily electricity consumption in Turkey increases by 14.5% on Monday…
(MENAFN) According to what was shown by official figures from the Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) on Tuesday, daily electricity consumption in Turkey saw a 14.5% increase from Monday compared to the previous day. (June 26, Sunday), or 913,350 megawatt hours.
Hourly power consumption peaked at 44,299 megawatt hours at 4:00 p.m. regional time (1300 GMT), according to data from TEIAS. The country’s power consumption fell to its worst level, at 28,497 megawatt hours as of 06:00 regional time (03:00 GMT).
Power generation stood at 905,168 megawatt hours on Monday, indicating a 14.7% increase from the previous day (Sunday).
Electricity generation from imported coal plants accounted for 18.9% of total generation, while hydroelectric and natural gas plants accounted for 17.4% and 16%, each in that order.
On Monday, the country’s electricity exports stood at 7,450 megawatt hours and imports at 15,633 megawatt hours.
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