Seoul, June 11 (BNA): Solar power generation accounted for nearly 40 percent of South Korea’s total electricity demand at some point in April, industry data showed Sunday, indicating that it has emerged as the country’s main energy source.
A total of 21,778 megawatts were generated through solar power between noon and 1 p.m. on April 9, accounting for 39.2 percent of the country’s total energy use of 55,577 megawatts, according to data from the Korea Power Corporation and the Korea Electric Utility, according to data from the Korea Power Corporation. Korea Electric Power of the state. To the South Korean News Agency (Yonhap).
The proportion of solar power generation in the country’s total energy demand remained at more than 30 percent in the noon to 1 p.m. period on February 26, March 19 and 26, April 1, 2, 8, 9 and 30. , May 1 and 14, and June 3-6, depending on the data.
The number of solar power plants is increasing in South Jeolla Province, Jeju Island and North Gyeongsang Province. It is showing increasing demand for solar power generation, along with nuclear, thermal and LNG generation.
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