Peru's renewables reduce production by 14% y/y in Sept
Peruvian Ministry of Energy and Mines wind farm
Peru generated 258 GWh of electricity from non-conventional renewable energy sources in September, down by 14% year-on-year, the Peruvian ministry of energy and mines said in its latest estimates report.
The non-conventional renewables, as Peru’s wind, solar and bioenergy plants are collectively referred to, produced 5.5% of the nation’s power in September, a reduction from a 6.4% share they achieved in August.
In September 2020, the renewables share was 6.7%, the report shows.
More details on Peru’s power mix in September are presented in the table below:
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