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Electricity consumption edges up in Q1

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Gross electricity consumption in Hungary increased 3% to 11.76 TWh in the first quarter from the corresponding period a year earlier, transmission system operator Mavir said, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

The ratio of imported electricity rose from 26% to 30% during the period.

Daily consumption peaked on January 11, at 6,780 MW. Temperatures averaged -7.3 degrees Celsius on that day.

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