(MENAFN) Day to day electricity intake in Turkey saw a drop of 11.8 percent on Sunday in comparison with the day before (Saturday), amounting to 731,992 megawatt-hours, according to what was shown by official data of Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) on Monday.
Hourly power intake reached its highest amount 34,541 megawatt per hour at 08.00 PM regional time (1700 GMT), figures from TEIAS indicated.
The nation's electricity usage experienced a decline to the worst rate of 26,074 megawatt-hours at 08.00 AM regional time (0500 GMT).
Electricity output reached an amount of 720,209 megawatt-hours on Sunday, indicating a drop of 12 percent in comparison to Saturday.
Electricity output from shipped in coal plants contributed in 26.5 percent of overall production, whereas natural gas and lignite plants constituted in 19.6 percent and 17 percent, individually.
On Sunday, the nation's electricity shipments totaled 11,894 megawatt-hours and imports amounted to 23,677 megawatt-hours.
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