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December 1 (Renewables Now) - The share of renewables in Chile’s total power production rose to 34.7% in October from 31.8% in September, per the latest report released by Chilean energy commission CNE.
Non-conventional renewables produced 2,362 GWh gross in October, increasing the output by 13.7% month-on-month and by 30.7% on the year.
All major power systems combined generated 6,799 GWh gross, up by 4.1% from September and 5.6% more compared to October 2020.
More details on the production from renewables follow in the table below:
|Technology:||Gross production in GWh:||Month-on-month change:||Year-on-year change:||Share in October:|
|Small run-of-river hydro||191||14.5%||3.6%||8.1%|
The total installed renewables-based capacity across Chile’s three grid systems reached 8,033 MW in October. Non-conventional renewables now account for 30.0% of the total installed capacity in the country.