Power trade surplus reduced by 18.9% last year


February 1, 2016





February 1, 2016




Data published by the Agency for Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina said 7.85% less electrical energy was supplied abroad last year than in 2014. The value amounted to BAM 284.4 million (EUR 145.4 million). The surplus fell by 18.9% on the year to EUR 91 million.

Exports held at the level from the previous year through October and then fell significantly. Exceptional hydrology drove the exports of electricity to record EUR 241.3 million in 2013. Last year power imports were increased by 19.3% to EUR 54.38 million.


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