More Power on Account of Croatia
Ljubljana, 3 April - ENERGY/PRODUCTION
Power production in Slovenia totalled 11,956 GWh last year, up by nearly 15 pc over 1997. The rise is chiefly due to power from the Krsko N-Plant being rechanelled to the Slovene system rather than to Croatia. Slovene production met 94 percent of the nation's requirements, two percent more than in 1997. The remaining six percent came from imports or power exchange.
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