December 18 (Renewables Now) - Peru’s non-conventional renewables generated 250 GWh of electricity in November, down by 3% year-on-year, according to the preliminary report published by the Peruvian energy ministry.
Power generation from wind, solar, bagasse and biogas in November represented 5.3% of the country's total, declining from the 6% share recorded the month before.
All non-conventional renewables failed to increase or maintain their October levels. In year-on-year terms, only bagasse and biogas increased their output.
Details on the Peruvian power mix in November are presented below:
|Source:||November 2019||January-November 2019|
|GWh||Y/Y change||GWh||Y/Y change|
|Cogeneration with steam||0.30||-30%||4.10||7%|