Egypt’s electricity generation fell by 7.6% to 15.8 kWh in October 2017, from the 17.1 kWh produced in September 2017, Egypt Oil & Gas reports.

Electricity output had been decreasing since July 2017, when it recorded 20.3 kWh, to reach 19.7 kWh in August 2017.

Consumption of electricity in Egypt dropped by 2.8% reaching 13.7 kWh in October, compared to 14.1 kWh consumed in September, according to statistics released by the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS).

Consumption slightly increased by year-on-year (Y.o.Y) from 13.6 kWh in October 2016. Meanwhile, electricity generation remained the same as Egypt produced 15.8 kWh in the same month of 2016.