Turkey’s daily electricity usage drops by 10 percent on Jan. 29

(MENAFN) In line with the official data released by the Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) on Monday, daily electricity usage in Turkey declined by 10 percent on Sunday in comparison to the day before, standing at 784,486 megawatts per hours.

Based on the TEIAS data, the peak hourly power use was 36,258 megawatts per hours at 8 p.m. regional time (1700 GMT). At 6 a.m. regional time, the nation's power consumption reached a record low of 28,369 megawatts per hours (0300 GMT).

On Sunday, 758,450 megawatts per hours of electricity were produced, a 10.5 percent reduction over Saturday.

Imported coal factories comprised by 27 percent of all electricity, whereas natural gas factories and lignite factories constituted by 24.9 percent and 17.1 percent, correspondingly, to the total generation.

The nation's electrical exports on Sunday were 6,672 megawatts per hours, while its imports were 32,650 megawatts per hours.


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