(MENAFN) Day to day electricity intake in Turkey saw a surge of 11.86 percent on Monday in comparison to the day before (Sunday), amounting to 901,474 megawatts per hours, as shown by official data of Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) on Tuesday.
Hourly power intake reached its highest amount at 43,557 megawatts per hour at 03.00 PM regional time (1200 GMT), according to what was shown by data from TEIAS.
The nation’s electricity intake fell to the worst rate of 29,275 megawatt-hours at 05.00 AM regional time (0200 GMT).
Electricity output reached a total of 885,983 megawatt-hours on Monday, indicating a rise of 12.44 percent in comparison to the previous day (Sunday).
Electricity output from natural gas plants contributed in 29.9 percent of overall generation, whereas imported coal and lignite plants constituted in 22.4 percent and 12.9 percent, individually.
On Monday, the nation’s electricity shipments reached a total of 6,521 megawatt-hours and imports amounted to 22,011 megawatt-hours.
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