(MENAFN) Based on official figures released by the Turkish Energy Transmission Company (TEIAS) on Tuesday, regular electricity consumption in Turkey increased by 14.20% on Monday compared to the previous day, standing at 897,515 megawatts per hour.
According to TEIAS statistics, hourly electricity consumption reached 44,199 megawatts per hour as of 15:00 regional time (1200 GMT). As of 06:00 a.m. regional time, the country’s electricity consumption fell to its lowest point of 27,752 megawatts per hour (0300 GMT).
On Monday, electricity production reached 892,740 megawatts per hour, an increase of 14.28% from the previous day.
Natural gas-fired power plants contributed 22.6% of total electricity, while hydroelectric power plants and imported coal-fired power plants accounted for 19.4% and 13.4% respectively.
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