October 4 (Renewables Now) – Renewables accounted for 37.2% of Spain’s whole electrical energy manufacturing in September, barely up from 37% in August, in keeping with the most recent information launched by Spanish grid operator Crimson Electrica de Espana (REE).
The nation’s demand for electrical energy fell by 2.7% year-on-year to estimated 20,427 GWh in September. Adjusted for temperatures and labour patterns, demand decreased by 3.5%, REE stated.
Spain’s hydro energy manufacturing remained low in September because of the lack of precipitation, whereas combined-cycle gasoline crops continued to generate a couple of third of the nation’s energy.
Wind and photo voltaic farms elevated manufacturing in comparison with September 2021, as could be seen from the desk under:
|Know-how:||Share in September:||Estimated manufacturing (in GWh):||y/y change:||January – September share:|
|Photo voltaic PV||11.1%||2,637||37.3%||11%|
|Photo voltaic CSP||1.8%||440||-1.8%||1.8%|