Chile's renewables share down to 36.8%.
- Chile created 36.8% of its power in March from non-conventional eco-friendly sources, Chilean national power commission CNE said in its newest renewables report.
In February, the share of non-conventional renewables in complete electrical energy production was 39%.
March saw an 11.2% month-on-month increase in the total electrical energy production as the nation prepared for winter. Renewables generated 2,666 GWh gross, up by 5.0% month-on-month as well as an increase of 14.4% in annual terms.
Power manufacturing from traditional sources came with 4,579 GWh gross, 15.1% greater than in February but down by 4.7% year-on-year.
The table listed below demonstrate how non-conventional renewables fared in March (source: CNE):
The overall net set up non-conventional renewable resource capacity in Chile rose to 12,176 MW from 11,992 in February. Non-conventional renewables comprise 38.8% of the complete net mounted generation capacity in Chile, CNE said in its report for March.