Generation of electricity (GWh) Data as at 31 December 2017 Peninsular: 62.164 GWh. Non-Peninsular Territories (NTP): 13.043 GWh. Renowables and cogeneration: 3.441 GWh.  Total Spain and Portugal: 78.648 GWh  Generation in peninsular territory (GWh) Data as at 31 December 2017 Nuclear: 26.448 GWh. Coal: 22.303 GHw. Combined Cycle(CCGT): 8.409 GWh. Hydroelectric: 5.004 GWh.

Annual production figures

  • Total electricity generation at year-end 2017 stood at 78,648 GWh. Ordinary system peninsular production was 62,164 GWh with an increased production of combined cycles of 118% compared to last year. Nuclear production increased by 2.6% whilst hydroelectric and coal plants rose by 30.2% and 17.2%, respectively.
  • Production in Non-Peninsular Territories (NPT) was 13,403 GWh with an increase of 3.2% compared to 2016.
Installed Capacity (MW) Data as at 31 December 2017 Conventional thermal: 8.130 MW. Combined cycle: 5.678 MW. Hydroelectric: 4.752 MW. Nuclear: 3.443 MW. Renewables and cogeneration: 1.675 MW. Total Spain and Portugal: 23.678 MW.  Electricity sales (GWh) Data as at 31 December 2017 Deregulated market: 83.594 GWh. Reference supply: 12.919 GWh. Total Spain and Portugal: 96.513 GWh.

Renewable Energies

Endesa renewable energies is developed and managed in Spain by Enel Green Power Spain. Enel Green Power Spain (100% of Endesa) had wind, hydraulic and solar generation plants with a total installed capacity of 1,675 MW and a production of 3,441 GWh in 2017.

At Endesa we share with the rest of the Enel Group the aim to achieve a decarbonified economy and we are in line with the European strategy to respond to climate change. Visit the web page Enel Group renewable energies.

Other markets

We operate in Morocco by means of a 32% participation in Tahaddart electrical energy, a company that owns a combined cycle plant of 384 MW in Tahaddart. Of this power, 123 MW are consolidable to Endesa.

We are also present in various European electricity wholesale markets with the aim of clarifying positions outside the Iberian market. This enables us to have the necessary supply to cover contracts with European customers and improve management of the generation portfolio by means of the France-Spain interconnection.

At Endesa we also maintain exportation of green certificates and other renewable energy products to different European countries by optimising the management of renewable assets.

Electricity Market-REMIT:

Article 2 of Regulation (EU) No. 1227/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2011 on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency (REMIT), governs the obligation for market participants to disclose certain inside information.

At Endesa, we support these initiatives and pursuant to the aforementioned Regulation, Endesa has published and disclosed the information below.

Net Installed Capacity

Information also available in the Spanish Administrative Registry of Electricity Production Facilities.

Ongoing Unavailabilities

Information about Endesa power plants with an installed capacity equal to or greater than 100 MW is also sent to the Spanish System Operator and the Portuguese System Operator.

To see all access the Ongoing Unavailabilities Archive.

Planned Outages

Information about Endesa power plants with an installed capacity equal to or greater than 100 MW is also sent to the Spanish System Operator and the Portuguese System Operator.

To see all access the Planned Outages Archive