April 6 (Renewables Now) - Renewables generated 71.48% of Guatemala’s electricity in March, increasing their share from 68% recorded the month before, according to the latest figures presented by the National Electric Energy Commission (CNEE).
While biomass-based power plants are still the biggest producers of electricity, renewable or otherwise, the extra push for a cleaner mix last month came from hydro, solar and geothermal systems.
Overview of Guatemala’s power mix in March is summarised in the table below:
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Including the interconnection with Mexico, all systems together generated 1,082.6 GW.