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The combined generation from renewables and large hydro-power plants (HPPs) accounted for 80.6% of Colombia’s electricity production in November, XM Compania de Expertos en Mercados, operator of the Colombian national interconnected system (SIN), said on Tuesday.
The latest figure represents an increase from October, when the clean share of the total power production in the SIN network reached 77.39%. Production from renewables averaged 163.2 GWh per day, up 6.67% month-on-month, XM’s data show.
More details are given in the table below:
Daily average in Nov (GWh/day)
Share in Nov:
HPPs with reservoir
Power production from fossil fuels was down by 12.32% month-on-month, averaging 39.20 GWh per day in November. Total production in the SIN system rose to 202.4 GWh on average per day, up by 2.37% from October, with XM noting that this was the first time in eight months that generation levels increased.
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