June 23, 2022

Turkey’s regular energy consumption drops 5.2% on June 11

(MENAFN) Based on official figures released by the Turkish Energy Transmission Company (TEIAS) on Sunday, regular electricity consumption in Turkey fell by 5.2% on Saturday compared to the previous day, standing at 863,569 megawatts per hour.

According to statistics from TEIAS, hourly electricity consumption reached 40,566 megawatts per hour as of 12:00 p.m. regional time (09:00 GMT). As of 07:00 regional time, the country’s electricity consumption bottomed out at 29,461 megawatts per hour (04:00 GMT).

On Saturday, power generation was 853,039 megawatts per hour, down 5% from Friday.

Natural gas-fired power plants accounted for 22.5% of total electricity, while coal-fired and imported hydropower plants accounted for 17.1% and 16.2% respectively.


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