The total capacity of interconnected renewable energy sources (RES) changed only slightly in September compared to the previous month, according to latest data provided by LAGIE, the Electricity Market Operator.
The capacity of biomass-biogas facilities rose marginally to 50.18 MW in September from 49.19 MW in August.
Wind-energy capacity remained steady in September at 1,767.07 MW, small-scale hydropower facility capacity was unchanged at 223.53 MW, and combined heat and power (CHP) capacity was stagnant at 100.07 MW.
Interconnected photovoltaic systems registered a decline while non-interconnected photovoltaics remained steady.
The LAGIE figures showed that contracted PV interconnected capacity remained unchanged at 3,082 MW, while installed capacity declined to 2,091.97 MW in September from 2,092.06 MW a month earlier.
The capacity of roof-mounted interconnected PV systems remained steady at 350.65 MW in September, as did the capacity of non-interconnected roof-mounted PV systems, registering 24.34 MW.