The latest IEA's Monthly Electricity Statistics report including March 2020 data shows that for Total OECD:
Since April 2020, the Monthly Electricity Statistics report includes a selection of 6 additional countries. These countries are Argentina, Brazil, China, Croatia, India and Romania. This addition to the report provides monthly electricity production data for the 6 countries, as well as previous annual data and year-to-date indicators.
Highlight of the month:
Net electricity production in OECD Europe was 297.3 TWh in March 2020. Renewables provided 142.0 TWh, or 47.7% of total electricity production. As a result of wetter than average conditions, hydro production was 59.1 TWh, 19.8% higher than in March 2019 and 11.1% higher than in February 2020, contributing to the increase in renewable production. In Norway, hydro production was 13.0 TWh, 24.2% higher than in March 2019 and 10.2% higher than in February 2020, as precipitation levels were above average in Western Norway. Hydro provided 91.4% of total electricity production, which increased by 26.0% compared to March 2019 to reach 14.2 TWh. As a result, electricity exports increased by 357.8% compared to March 2019, to reach 1,735.4 GWh in March 2020 compared to 379.0 GWh in March 2019.
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