Wind and solar parks in Italy produced 35 TWh of electricity in the first nine months of 2019, equal to 16.25% of net power production and 14.5% of total demand for the period.
Non-hydropower renewables met around 21.7% of demand for the period January-December 2019 to-date, according to statistics by power grid operator Terna SpA.
Over the same period in 2018, their share was 20.4%. In September alone, non-hydro renewable power produced enough electricity to meet 20.15% of demand.
The table below contains details of power generation by each energy source in Italy in the period under review, rounded up:
|Output in GWh||Sep 2019||Sep 2018||Jan-Dec 2019||Jan-Dec 2018|
|Total net generation||24,06||24,08||215,68||210,00|
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