Wind accounts for 5.99% of France’s power output on Jun 2
June 3 (Renewables Now) - Wind farms in France generated 64,956 MWh on June 2, reaching a share of 5.99% in total power for the day.
Total power generation for the 24 hours arrived at 1,085,077 MWh, according to live data by transmission system operator (TSO) RTE.
Solar power plants produced 74,993 MWh, which is equal to a 6.91% share.
See below where the country's power came from on that date.
|Energy source ||Power generation in MWh ||Share in % |
|Biomass ||13,229 ||1.22 |
|Coal ||9,455 ||0.87 |
|Natural gas ||64,955 ||5.99 |
|Nuclear ||711,728 ||65.59 |
|Oil ||3,416 ||0.31 |
|Run-of-river and poundage hydro ||102,868 ||9.48 |
|Pumped storage hydro ||6,343 ||0.58 |
|Water reservoir hydro ||29,177 ||2.69 |
|Solar ||74,993 ||6.91 |
|Waste ||3,957 ||0.36 |
|Wind onshore ||64,956 ||5.99 |
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