LT: Baltic electricity production down by 6% y/y in 2012.

By bne IntelliNews February 5, 2013
In the Baltic Countries total electricity production stood at 19.8 TWh, down by 6% y/y in 2012, Elektrum Lietuva indicates. Comparing to 2010 the production volume declined by 13%. Electricity production declined due to cheaper electricity imports from Russia and Scandinavia. Imports from Scandinavia increased threefold y/y in 2012, up to 1.6 TWh, or 6% of total Baltic countries consumption. In 2012 electricity production was highest in Estonia, which produced 53% of total Baltic production, while Latvia accounted for 28%, and Lithuania accounted for 19%. Yet consumption in Lithuania stood at 9.6 TWh, or 38% of total Baltic States consumption, while in Estonia consumption stood at 8.2 TWh, or 33%, and in Latvia consumption stood at 7.2 TWh, or 29%.
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