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Electricity consumption exceeds production in October.

ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkey consumed 14.1 billion kilowatt hours more electricity than it produced in October, according to Wednesday data from the Turkish Electricity Production Company (TEyAE[currency]).

The data showed that the month's electricity production increased to 18.4 billion kilowatt hours, while consumption hit 32.5 billion kilowatt hours. Seven-hundred million kilowatt hours of electricity was purchased from abroad. The Electricity Generation Holding Company (EE[pounds sterling]AE[currency]) produced 4.9 billion kilowatt hours, while the rest was produced by EE[pounds sterling]AE[currency] partners and its privatized subsidiaries.

TEyAE[currency] said Turkey's electricity consumption rose 3.2 percent year on year in October, and electricity production rose 3.6 percent.

(Cihan/Today's Zaman) CyHAN

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Date:Nov 6, 2013
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