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Croatia's net electricity output declines 16% y/y in April

Jun 14, 2024, 1:50:43 PMArticle by Annie Tsoneva
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June 14 (SeeNews) - Croatia's net electricity production stood at 1,109 GWh in April, down from 1,318 GWh in the same month of 2023, the country's statistical office said on Friday.

Croatia's net electricity output declines 16% y/y in April
Slovenia's Interenergo inaugurated on October 4, 2023 the 6.25 MWp Bukovica solar power plant in the Zadar country, southern Croatia. Source: Interenergo

Electricity production in April was lower than March’s 1,457 GWh, the country's statistical office said in a press release.

Electricity imports rose to 885 GWh in April from 763 GWh in the same month of 2023, whereas exports declined to 596 GWh from 652 GWh.

On a monthly comparison basis, electricity imports went up 6.9% in April, while exports fell 24%.

Electricity made available to the domestic market amounted to 1,359 GWh in April, down from 1,493 GWh in March, and lower compared to 1,422 GWh in April 2023.

Details of Croatia's electricity production follow (all figures in net GWh):

April 2024 March 2024 April 2023
Hydropower plants 554 782 586
TPPs and CHPs on fossil fuels 221 310 402
TPPs and CHPs on renewable fuels 73 78 79
Wind power plants 203 248 223
Solar power plants 59 39 24

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