The daily production of wind energy reached a new maximum of 106.7 gigawatt hours on January 16, surpassing the previous maximum of 104.2 GWh recorded on November 11, REN reported today.
According to data from REN - Redes Energéticas Nacionais, released in a statement, on January 16, "a new maximum of wind production was recorded in a single day, with 106.7 GWh."
"The previous maximum was from November 11, 2022, a day when wind production reached 104.2 GWh," the company added.
On January 16, renewable energy production as a whole was responsible for supplying 97% of consumption, with wind power standing out, guaranteeing 56%.
Between January 1 and 22, renewable production accounted for 89% of national electricity consumption.
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