Between July 88 and early July 97, about two billion and 153 million kilowatt-hours of electricity were generated from new energy sources, saving 474 million liters of water in the country.
From July 2009 to the beginning of July 1997, two billion and 153 million kilowatt hours of energy from renewable sources was produced, which generated less than one million and 486 thousand tons of greenhouse gas emissions from renewable energy sources.
Also, the amount of new energy production has reduced the use of 611 million cubic meters of fossil fuels in the country, which is one of the main sources of air pollution in the country.
Saving 474 million liters of water through the production of new energies
It is worth mentioning that this volume of new energy production has saved 474 million liters of water consumption in recent years.
Currently, 493 megawatts of renewable energy are being built in the country, and the installed capacity of new energy has reached 581 megawatts, according to the report. Also, renewable energy has attracted 44 thousand and 607 people directly and indirectly in the country.
The study of the figures in this section indicates that at present 45% of the country’s renewable power plants are wind-powered, 35% solar, 16% small hydro hydroelectric, 2% heat recovery and 2% Biomass.
Source: News Power News