Brazil includes 508 MW of new renewable resource capacity in April
May 10, 2023 12:25 PM ET
- Brazil took into operation 507.8 MW of wind, solar as well as hydropower generation capacity in April, power market regulatory authority Aneel revealed on Monday.
Amongst the power resources, solar made up the largest part with 324 MW of the capacity attached to the grid last month, while wind and also hydropower contributed 153.5 MW and 30.3 MW, specifically.
Thermal power plants represented the non-renewable energy additions with 85.2 MW.
On the whole, 3,343.1 MW of power-generating capacity was added to the national grid in the initial four months of the year, including 1,643 MW of wind as well as 1,243.4 MW of solar sources.
On May 2, the country had 191,702.7 MW of authorised power in total amount. As much as 83.55% of the available capacity is from renewable sources, the firm kept in mind.
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