RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The first record was set in the National Interconnected System (SIN), with an instantaneous generation peak of 3,626 megawatts (MW), at 10:52 AM. This amount of energy represents 4.7% of Brazil's demand, surpassing the mark registered on September 19, when 3,574 MW were generated at 11:16 AM.
Also in the morning, instantaneous solar generation in the Northeast reached 2,624 MW at 10:52 AM, enough to meet 21.4% of the load in the region. Then at 12:08 PM, in the Southeast/Midwest, another unprecedented mark for instantaneous . . .