Turkey produced 86.14% of its electricity from domestic and renewables resources on Wednesday, May 1, according to statistics from Turkey's Energy and Natural Resources Ministry.
The statistical data showed that the country produced a total 665.19 million kilowatt-hours of electricity on Wednesday.
From this total, hydro plants constituted the largest percentage of 50.12% or 333.33 million kilowatt-hours.
Local coal plants contributed 19.98% to electricity generation, wind plants powered 10.67%, and natural gas power plants added 6.83%, while 7.03% consisted of imported coal.
The remaining 5.37% was generated from geothermal, fuel oil and biogas plants.
By Murat Temizer