The country’s renewable energy source (RES) interconnected capacity for November changed only slightly, latest data showed.
According to figures just published by LAGIE, the Electricity Market Operator, the RES capacity figure for wind-park production rose slightly to 1,623.52 MW in November, from 1,602.52 MW in October, a 21 MW increase.
All other RES activity capacities remained virtually unchanged. Small hydropower facilities registered 219.84 MW, biomass-biogas units totaled 47.19 MW, and combined heat and power (CHP) facilities were at 99.07 MW.
As for the interconnected photovoltaic sector, installed capacity in November rose marginally to 2,079.70 MW from 2,079.50 MW in October.
Total contracted photovoltaic capacity also rose slightly, to 3,082 MW from 3,081 MW.
Marginal changes were registered in roof-mounted interconnected photovoltaic facilities, which totaled 350.32 MW in November from 350.25 in October.
Roof-mounted photovoltaic capacity on non-interconnected islands reached 24.20 MW in November, from 24.16 MW in October.