Turkey's licensed electricity production increased by 0.02% in April compared to the same month of 2018, according to data revealed by the country's energy watchdog on Monday.
Total production reached 22.87 million megawatt-hours (MWh), up from around 22.86 million MWh in April 2018.
Turkey mainly produced 43.66% of its electricity from hydropower plants, 15.31% from lignite and 13.96% from natural gas power plants. Imported coal, wind, geothermal, hard coal, biomass, fuel oil and solar supplied the remaining share.
Turkey's installed electricity capacity was up 2.42% in April on a yearly basis to 84,032 megawatts. Natural gas power plants comprised 31.08%, while 24.49% came from hydropower plants, and 11.73% from lignite power plants.
By Zeynep Beyza Kilic