Daily Balance

157 GWh
DAILY CONSUMPTION
86 %
% RENEWABLE

Energy Balance

Consumption concerning the power stations’ net generation, on the selected day, on the equivalent day of the previous year, monthly cumulative value and variation compared with the same monthly period from the previous year. The value of consumption corrected for the effects of temperature and the breakdown of production by primary source – coal, natural gas, water, wind, sun, biomass, and others – are also presented. In addition to the daily energy values, the peak value (maximum instantaneous value) observed on the selected day, for each of the primary sources, is also presented.

 
 

23 Feb 24 Daily
peak
[MW]

23 Feb 24 Daily
energy
[GWh]

Eq. day 23 Daily
energy
[GWh]

Feb 24 Accumulated
energy
[GWh]

Monthly
variation
[%]

TOTAL GENERATION 9 364 166 137 3 518 -7.7
Renewable Generation 9 159 145 66 2 875 15.9
Hydro 1 4 718 27 40 1 461 41.7
Wind  4 414 100 7 1 020 -5.4
Solar 1 449 10 9 200 17.1
Biomass 2 359 8 9 193 -2.7
Cogeneration 150 3 3 73 -7.1
Others 213 5 5 121 0.1
Non-Renewable Generation 494 7 67 397 -66.0
Natural Gas 464 6 67 381 -67.0
Combined-Cycle 301 2 59 275 -73.1
Cogeneration 238 4 7 106 -20.2
Other Thermal 3 31 1 1 16 15.3
Cogeneration 2 0 0 1 13.6
Others 29 1 1 14 15.5
Pumped Storage Generation   15 3 246 50.3
CONSUMPTION OF PUMPS 1 781 26 2 312 60.0
IMPORT BALANCE 1 882 16 24 138 +/-
Imports (Commercial Schedules) 2 285 27 32 544 47.3
Exports (Commercial Schedules) 1 915 10 8 408 -20.0
CONSUMPTION 8 112 157 159 3 343 -3.8
(Corrected by Temperature)   165 159 3 562 1.8
1 Generation from natural inflow;
2 Includes: Forest biomass, biogas and the biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste;
3 Includes: Fuel-oil, gas, the non-biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste and other waste 

Water Balance

Energy inflow into hydroelectric dams on the selected date. In the case of run-of-river dams, since they have reduced storage capacity, their daily generation is used as the value of the energy inflow. For small hydro, their daily generation is also used as the value of the energy inflow. The energy stored in all reservoirs on the selected date is also shown.

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Consumption Supply

Breakdown of Production

Production breakdown according to primary source – coal, natural gas, water, wind, sun, biomass and others. These are available individually by selecting “Detailed” or grouped into renewables (water, wind, solar and biomass) and non-renewables (coal, natural gas and others) by selecting “Aggregated”. Imports are also represented, if they exist. If production is greater than consumption, that means electricity is being exported, with exports being the difference between production and consumption.

23 Feb 24

Production breakdown according to primary source – coal, natural gas, water, wind, sun, biomass and others. These are available individually by selecting “Detailed” or grouped into renewables (water, wind, solar and biomass) and non-renewables (coal, natural gas and others) by selecting “Aggregated”. Biomass includes renewable cogeneration, forest biomass, biogas and the biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste. In "Other Thermal" is included fuel-oil, gas, the non-biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste and other waste. If import balance is positive, its contribution to the electrical consumption in mainland Portugal is also presented.
Values are daily, for the selected date.

Feb 24

Production breakdown according to primary source – coal, natural gas, water, wind, sun, biomass and others. These are available individually by selecting “Detailed” or grouped into renewables (water, wind, solar and biomass) and non-renewables (coal, natural gas and others) by selecting “Aggregated”. "Biomass" includes renewable energy cogeneration, forest biomass, biogas and the biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste. In the "others" category are included fuel oil, non-biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste and other waste. If the import balance is positive, its contribution to the consumption of electricity in mainland Portugal is also shown.
The values shown are the cumulative values during the month from day 1 to the selected day.

Breakdown of Production

Production breakdown according to primary source – coal, natural gas, water, wind, sun, biomass and others. These are available individually by selecting “Detailed” or grouped into renewables (water, wind, solar and biomass) and non-renewables (coal, natural gas and others) by selecting “Aggregated”. Imports are also represented, if they exist. If production is greater than consumption, that means electricity is being exported, with exports being the difference between production and consumption.

23 Feb 24

Production breakdown according to primary source – coal, natural gas, water, wind, sun, biomass and others. These are available individually by selecting “Detailed” or grouped into renewables (water, wind, solar and biomass) and non-renewables (coal, natural gas and others) by selecting “Aggregated”. "Biomass" includes renewable energy cogeneration, forest biomass, biogas and the biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste. In the "others" category are included fuel oil, non-biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste and other waste. If the import balance is positive, its contribution to the consumption of electricity in mainland Portugal is also shown.
Presented values are daily, for the selected day.

Feb 24

Production breakdown according to primary source – coal, natural gas, water, wind, sun, biomass and others. These are available individually by selecting “Detailed” or grouped into renewables (water, wind, solar and biomass) and non-renewables (coal, natural gas and others) by selecting “Aggregated”. "Biomass" includes renewable energy cogeneration, forest biomass, biogas and the biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste. In the "others" category are included fuel oil, non-biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste and other waste. If the import balance is positive, its contribution to the consumption of electricity in mainland Portugal is also shown.
The values shown are the cumulative values during the month from day 1 to the selected day.

Hydro Generation

Detail of the hydro generation. Breakdown into reservoirs, run-of-river and small hydro power plants. Negative values indicate the reservoirs’ pumping consumption.

Non-Renewable Generation

Detail of the generation from non-renewable sources. Breakdown according to fuel (coal, natural gas and others). In the “Other Thermal” category is included fuel-oil, the non-biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste and other waste.

Non-Hydro Renewable Generation

Detail of the generation from renewable sources excluding hydro. Breakdown according to primary source (wind, sun, biomass). Biomass includes renewable cogeneration, forest biomass, biogas and the biodegradable fraction of municipal solid waste.

Import Balance

Positive values correspond to an import balance and negative values correspond to an export balance.