Colombia's clean power share unchanged at 86.5% in June
Energia de Pereira solar farm in Pereira. Image source: Energia de Pereira (www.eep.com.co)
Colombia generated 86.50% of its electricity in June from clean and renewable energy sources, according to the latest monthly figures released by national grid operator XM Compania de Expertos en Mercados.
While the clean power share remained unchanged from May, production from renewables, including large hydro, fell by 2.24% month-on-month to an average of 178.90 GWh per day in June.
Colombia’s power system as a whole generated 6,204.3 GWh within the national grid over the course of the month. This corresponded to an average of 206.81 GWh per day, down by 2.22% compared to May.
More details on Colombia’s clean power generation follow in the table below:
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