January 30 (SeeNews) - Croatia's net electricity production fell to 1,272 GWh in November from 1,354 GWh in the same month of 2021, the country's statistical office said.
Electricity production in November was higher than October's 1,052 GWh, the country's statistical office said on Thursday.
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Electricity imports rose to 900 GWh in November from770 GWh in the same month of 2021, whereas exports reached 717 GWh from 581 GWh.
Electricity imports fell 10% in November compared to October, while exports were 11.3% higher.
Electricity made available to the domestic market amounted to 1,438 GWh in November, up from 1,381 GWh in October, and down from 1,521 GWh in November 2021.
Details of Croatia's electricity production follow (all figures in net GWh):
|TPPs and CHPs on fossil fuels
|TPPs and CHPs on renewable fuels
|Wind power plants
|Solar power plants