Turkiye's wind electricity generation hit all-time record on Saturday, generating 25.42% of total power, according to data from Turkiye's Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) on Sunday.
The country produced 203,069 megawatt-hours (MWh) of electricity from wind farms on Saturday, according to data provided by TEIAS.
The latest record was on April 1 when the country produced 189,258 MWh of electricity from wind farms.
Wind plants were followed by lignite and hydroelectricity plants with 17% and 11.58% contribution to electricity production, respectively.
Meanwhile, daily electricity production amounted to 798,857 megawatt-hours on Saturday, while daily electricity consumption in the country totaled 801,248 megawatt-hours on Saturday.
Hourly power consumption peaked at 36,188 megawatt-hours at 12.00 local time (0900 GMT), data from TEIAS showed. The country's electricity usage dropped to the lowest level of 27,997 megawatt-hours at 08.00 local time (0500 GMT).
On Saturday, Turkiye's electricity exports amounted to 9,757 megawatt-hours and imports totaled 12,149 megawatt-hours.
By Gulsen Cagatay