Endesa Electric power generation in figures

Annual production figures

  • Total electricity generation reached 69,831 GWh at the close of 2016. Peninsular generation under ordinary regime reached 55,985 GWh with an 11% increase in combined cycle generation compared with last year. Nuclear generation increased by 0.6%, while that of coal-fired power plants dropped by 21.6% and hydroelectric production barely varied.
  • Production in Non-Peninsular Territories (NPT) was 12,634 GWh, with a 2.1% increase compared with 2015.
Endesa Electric power generation in figures

Renewable Energies

Endesa develops and manages renewable energy sources in Spain through Enel Green Power España. Enel Green Power España (100% owned by Endesa) now has approximately 91 wind, hydraulic and solar power plants, with a total installed capacity of 1,675 MW and a generation of 3,704 GWh in 2016.

Endesa shares the Enel Group’s commitment to building a low-carbon economy and also complies with the EU’s strategy for combating climate change. Visit the Enel Group’s corporate website on renewable energies.

www.enelgreenpower.com

We operate in Morocco through a 32% interest in Energie Electrique de Tahaddart, a company that owns a 384-MW combined cycle plant in Tahaddart. 

In 2015 production was 2,491 GWh (797 GWh for Endesa’s 32% interest).

We are present in a number of European wholesale electricity markets with the aim of consolidating our position outside the Iberian market. This also allows us to have the supply needed to cover contracts with European clients and to improve the management of the generation portfolio through the France-Spain interconnection.

Endesa also exports green certificates and other renewable energy products to a number of European countries, thus optimizing the management of renewable assets.