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X-Axis show Number of GW of electric production by 4 main production types. Values are <1  (shown as 1), Between 1 & 2 GW (shown as 2) etc 11 is >10 GW.

Y-Axis show number of hours at that level of production.

From the table wind produced less than 1 GW for over 100 hours during the 6 month period and between 1 & 2 GW again for over 100 hours. Between 2 & 4 GW was produced for only just over 500 hours.

Most electricity was produced by coal with over 4,000 hours greater than 10 GW.

Combined Cycle Gas Turbines produced over 10 GW for 2,000 hours.

Data courtesy of GRIDWATCH.