Based on the latest statistics of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization, 86 million kilowatt hours of electricity generated from renewable power plants have been injected into the country's national electricity grid.
SATBA Public Relations and International Affairs Office reports that Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization has published the latest report on the use of renewable energy in February 2021, which shows a saving of 19 million liters in water consumption.
The report adds that during this period, the use of renewable energy has saved 24 million cubic meters of natural gas and has been able to prevent the emission of 55,000 tons of greenhouse gases. Furthermore, the use of this type of energy has prevented the release of local pollutants in the amount of 0.4 thousand tons.
The share of renewable energy power plants in February 2021 reached 875.4 megawatt, including the share of wind power plants (305.17 MW), solar power plants (439.89 MW), biomass power plants (10.56 MW) small hydropower (105.65 MW) and waste heat recovery (13.6 MW).
According to the report, the number of generators limited to subscription capacity has reached 4,844 with a total capacity of 60,010 kilowatts, which shows a 24% growth compared to the same month last year.