Iberdrola’s Q1 power production dips in Latin America

In the first quarter of this year, Spanish utility Iberdrola‘s net power production in Latin America was down 14 per cent on the same quarter last year to 8.83 TWh.

The utility’s fall in output primarily came from its combined-cycle fleet, which was 16.7 per cent down to 7.77 TWh.

Production from the rest of its generation portfolio was up: hydro (463 GWh, +1.3 per cent), cogeneration (354 GWh, +8.2 per cent) and renewable energy (240 GWh, +45.2 per cent), reports BNamercias.

According to Ecoticias, towards the end of March Iberdrola produced 46,026 MW globally, with 5938 MW generated in Latin America.

Energias Renovables also reported the Spanish firm is no longer the world’s leading wind power operator. Chinese company China Guodian Corporation now holds that accolade.

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