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Friday, 31 March 2023

Daily statistics of the Canary Islands' electricity system

Provisional data to 29/11/2023 • 18:14:27

Daily energy balance (MWh) (1) Day Month %∆ Month Annual %∆ Annual Rolling year (2) %∆ Rolling year
Hydro 9 282 -4,8 812 -3,5 3.402 11,7
Diesel engines 4.433 141.349 -5,0 442.171 4,5 1.774.252 0,9
Gas turbine 334 16.813 -24,5 58.564 -9,5 254.860 11,6
Steam turbine 3.290 103.679 -9,4 339.762 1,6 1.212.523 8,2
Fuel oil+gas 8.058 261.841 -8,3 840.496 2,2 3.241.636 4,3
Combined cycle (3) 8.590 284.831 -1,3 853.583 -7,6 3.519.396 0,0
Hydrowind 57 1.572 -26,0 4.051 -14,2 22.213 -6,2
Wind 6.943 130.237 18,9 305.636 18,2 1.420.245 5,1
Solar PV 1.101 32.429 29,4 74.933 20,9 327.448 23,3
Other renewables (4) 16 738 -18,8 2.234 -10,3 8.664 -0,4
Cogeneration 0 0 - 0 - 0 -
Generation 24.773 711.932 0,0 2.081.745 0,3 8.543.003 3,2
Demand (b.c) 24.773 711.932 0,0 2.081.745 0,3 8.543.003 3,2
Adjusted demand (5) - - -0,4 - 0,1 - 2,9
Transmission losses -373 -10.806 7,3 -30.229 -1,4 -119.092 1,1
Demand (distribution) 24.400 701.125 -0,1 2.051.516 0,3 8.423.911 3,2

Generation structure

31/03/2023
March
2023
Rolling year aggregate
  • No renewable:
    • Diesel engines
    • Gas turbine
    • Steam turbine
    • Combined cycle
    • Cogeneration
  • Renewable:
    • Hydrowind
    • Wind
    • Solar PV
    • Hydro
    • Other renewables

Renewable energy

Renewable energy (MWh) Day Month %∆ Month Annual %∆ Annual Rolling year (2) %∆ Rolling year
Total (6) 8.126 165.259 19,8 387.666 18,0 1.781.972 7,8

Maximum demand

Maximum Demand Day Month Year Historical
Peak Load (MWh) 1.204 (21h) 1.264 (21h - 01/03) 1.311 (21h - 09/02) 1.496 (20h - 08/11/2007)
Daily demand (MWh) - 24.773 (31/03) 24.773 (31/03) 33.490 (10/06/2006)
  • Note: All variance percentages shown refer to the same period in the previous year.
  • (1) Allocation of production units according to primary fuel.
  • (2) Rolling year: cumulative value in the last 365 days, or 366 days in leap years.
  • (3) Uses gas-oil as primary fuel. Includes operation in open cycle mode.
  • (4) Includes biogas and biomass.
  • (5) After factoring in the influence of seasonal and working patterns.
  • (6) Includes hydro, hydrowind, wind, solar photovoltaic and renewable thermal.