Uruguay's power capacity demand flat year-on-year

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Uruguay's maximum power capacity demand hit 1,792MW in June compared to 1,808MW in the same month last year.

Maximum power capacity demand in May was 1,754MW and a record 1,918MW was set in July 2013.

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Data from the country's power market administrator Adme also revealed that net energy delivered to the national SIN grid last month rose 4.36% year-on-year to 944GWh.

Of the 944GWh, 96.1% came from hydro, 6.7% biomass, 5.2% wind and 2% thermo.

Hydro accounted for 61.8% of the 903GWh recorded in June 2013, followed by thermo 31.4%, biomass 5.5% and wind 1.3%.

No electricity exports or imports were registered last month or in June 2013.

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