Turkey’s daily electricity usage increases by 21.72 percent on Jan. 24

(MENAFN) In line with the official data released by the Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) on Wednesday, daily electricity usage in Turkey surged by 21.72 percent on Tuesday in comparison to the day before, standing at 917,571 megawatts per hours.

Based on the TEIAS data, the peak hourly power use was 43,885 megawatts per hours at 12 p.m. regional time (0900 GMT). At 5 a.m. regional time, the nation's power consumption reached a record low of 30,598 megawatts per hours (0200 GMT).

On Tuesday, 900,685 megawatts per hours of electricity were produced, a 4.10 percent rise over Monday.

Natural gas factories comprised by 30.1 percent of all electricity, whereas imported coal factories and lignite factories constituted by 24.6 percent and 13.6 percent, correspondingly, to the total generation.

The nation's electrical exports on Tuesday were 8,873 megawatts per hours, while its imports were 25,758 megawatts per hours.


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