January 26 (Renewables Now) - EDP Renovaveis SA (ELI:EDPR) said on Wednesday its renewable power generation grew 10% year-on-year in 2022 to 33.4 TWh with North America accounting for more than half of the total output.
The positive record was a result of new capacity additions, stable and stronger renewable resources and higher installed capacity in all its main markets.
The growth was driven by 2.1 GW of newly installed capacity with 0.7 GW of it coming from the APAC region and 0.6 GW from South America.
According to the company's report, the biggest increase in EDPR's generation on a country level was recorded in Canada, up by 41%, and Brazil, up by 39%.
More details on global generation, in GWh, are available in the table below.
|Country ||2022 ||2021 ||Y/Y change |
|Spain ||4,885 ||4,979 ||-2% |
|Portugal ||2,715 ||3,049 ||-11% |
|Rest of Europe ||4,178 ||3,329 ||26% |
|US ||17,029 ||15,814 ||8% |
|Canada ||360 ||255 ||41% |
|Mexico ||973 ||987 ||-1% |
|Brazil ||2,625 ||1,888 ||39% |
|Asia-Pacific ||636 ||23 ||--- |
Closing last year, EDPR managed an installed capacity of 14.7 GW and had 4 GW of new capacity under construction, including the first 40 MW from storage.