Chile's renewable power generation in April rose 22.2% year-on-year to 651 GWh, representing approximately 11.07% of the country's total output.
The data comes from the monthly report published on Tuesday by the sustainable energy centre Cifes.
Biomass was the main green power source with 203 GWh, or 31.22% of the total renewables output. It was followed by wind with a 25.16% share.
More details are available in the table below.
In April, the country's environmental authorities gave the go-ahead to four new renewable energy projects with a combined capacity of 721 MW. Chile's Environmental Evaluation Service (SEA) also started reviews of eight renewable projects representing 1,000 MW of combined capacity.
Back in January, Chilean renewable energy association Acera said the country has the potential to meet its entire electricity demand with renewable energy sources by 2050.