Spain’s renewables share climbs to 45.4% in March

April 4 (Renewables Now) – The renewables share in Spain’s whole electrical energy manufacturing recovered to 45.4% in March after dipping to 39% a month earlier, in line with the newest preliminary figures launched by Spanish grid operator Purple Electrica de Espana (REE).

Wind farms dominated the March energy combine with a 28.5% share of the full, forward of nuclear and mixed cycle fuel crops. The wind energy output rose by 15.6% year-on-year to six,479 GWh in March.

Manufacturing figures for main applied sciences are proven within the desk:

Expertise: Share in March: Estimated manufacturing in GWh: y/y change:
Wind 28.5% 6,479 15.6%
Hydro 7.7% 1,754 -52.8%
Photo voltaic PV 6.4% 1,446 -14.3%
Photo voltaic CSP 0.6% 126 -64.4%
Different renewables 1.9% 432 20.3%
Nuclear 21% 4,769 -1.3%
Cogeneration 9.8% 2,232 -0.9%
Mixed cycle 17.3% 3,944 83.3%
Coal 3.1% 709 192.6%

Spain’s demand for electrical energy was estimated at 21,487 GWh in March, down by 1.5% year-on-year.

On the Spanish mainland, demand was estimated at 20,292 GWh, which was decrease by 2.1% in comparison with March 2021. On the Balearic Islands, demand rose by 7.6% year-on-year to 441,131 MWh, whereas demand within the Canary Islands system elevated by 12.3% to 719,028 MWh.

Join Renewables Now’s free daily newsletter now!


Leave a Reply