Electricity Generation from Renewables Increased 31,5% to 465,6 Million kWh over January-February

Electricity generation from renewables (wind, solar, hydro, biogas and biomass) increased 31,5% to 465,6 million kWh over January-February 2019 comparing to the same period in 2018, as the data of the branch office of SE Energorynok Guaranteed Offtaker showed.

According to the information, the production was 214,5 million kWh in January and 251,12 million kWh in February.

Over two moths wind farms produced 56,3% (262,1 million kWh), solar plants – 24,1% (112,4 million kWh), small hydro power plants – 10% (46,8 million kWh), biogas power stations – 6% and biomass power stations – 3,6%.

As ExPro reported, in 2018 comparing to 2017 electricity production was up 2,5% - to 159,35 billion kWh, in particular the production from renewables reached 2,6 billion kWh (+38,8%).

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