According to the source of energy generation, 20.6% was nuclear, 18.8% of coal, 17.8% of combined cycle, 15.5% was wind, 10.8% came from the Cogeneration, 5.3% hydropower, 4.2% photovoltaic solar, 4.1% solar thermal, 1.3% of waste, and 1.6% of other renewable energy. Peninsular demand for electricity in July is estimated [...]
Renewable energies generated 37.7% of electricity in Spain in May 2017. Wind power 18.2%, solar thermal 3.4% and photovoltaic solar power 4.6%. Generation of the month of May of 2017 Peninsular demand for electricity in May is estimated at 20,155 GWh, 2.1% higher than in the same month of the [...]
Renewable energy generated 40.8% of electricity in Spain until July.
Renewable energy produced 50% of electricity in Spain in May: Wind power generated 25%, Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) 3.6% and photovoltaic solar energy 4.5%.
The wind power output was 2,708 GWh in August 2014, down 14.6%. Solar photovoltaic (PV) generated 4.2% of the total mix, and the share of concentrated solar power (CSP) plants was 4,2%.
Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) came to supply 5% of electricity generation and covered between 13 and 14 h. 8.3% of demand on July 13.
Renewable Energies in July covering 37.6% of the demand in Spain: 16.8% wind energy, Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) 4% and solar photovoltaic PV 4.3%.
Renewable energy (wind energy , PV, CSP, hydro) met 45% of Spain's electricity demand during may.
Spain has a larger portion of Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) in its electricity mix than any other nation on earth.