The renewable energy sector’s (RES) contribution to overall electricity production on the non-interconnected Greek islands for the month of November reached 23 percent, according to a report by DEDDIE, the Hellenic Electricity Distribution Network Operator (HEDNO).
Conventional power sources covered 77 percent of electricity requirements, the report noted. Wind-energy facilities covered 18 percent of needs and photovoltaic systems 5 percent, the report specified on the RES sector’s contribution to the non-interconnected Greek islands in November.
Total installed RES capacity on the non-interconnected islands remained steady at 453.02 MW in November, comprised of 135.98 MW by PV systems and 316.74 MW by wind-energy facilities.
The RES sector’s contribution to the non-interconnected Greek islands reached 19 percent in October and just 13 percent in September.