The world's largest generator of renewable clean energy

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Itaipu Binational is a world leader in clean and renewable energy, having produced more than 2.4 billion MWh since it started operating.

In 2016, the plant established a new world record in energy production record, generating 103.098.366 megawatts per hour (103 million MWh). 

The following tables show the maximum values of hourly, daily and monthly average supply.
 

Maximum generation per hour (MWh/h)

  50 Hz Sector 60 Hz Sector Total Power Plant
Maximum of 2016 7,399 (11/14/16) 7,282 (4/14/16) 14,438 (6/20/16)

Historical record

7,426 (11/1/15) 7,249 (4/21/13) 14,438 (6/20/16)

 

Mean generation (MW mean)

  Daily 50 Hz Daily 60 Hz Daily Power Plant Monthly Power Plant
Maximum of 2016 6,973 (6/21/16) 7,091 (12/13/16) 13,856 (2/20/16) 12,560 (2/16)
All-time record 7,092 (10/21/15) 7,176 (7/6/12) 13,856 (2/20/16) 12,560 (2/16)

 

Exchange per hour (MWh/h)

 

Eletrobrás

50 Hz 60 Hz
Maximum for 2016 6,064 (6/20/16) 7,230 (4/14/16)
All-time record 6,330 (6/10/12) 7,230 (4/14/16)

 

Ande  
Maximum for 2016 2,237 (12/26/16)
All-time record 2,237 (12/26/16)

 

Eletrobrás + Ande  
Maximum for 2016 14,327 (6/20/16)
All-time record 14,327 (6/20/16)

 

Daily exchange (MW mean)

 

Eletrobrás

50 Hz 60 Hz
Maximum for 2016 5,841 (6/21/16) 7,039 (12/13/16)
All-time record 6,170 (6/9/12) 7,123 (7/6/12)

 

Ande  
Maximum for 2016 1,916 (12/26/16)
All-time record 1,952 (10/17/14)

 

Eletrobrás + Ande  
Maximum for 2016 13,746 (2/20/16)
All-time record

13,746 (2/20/16)

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