Our portfolio consists of solar and wind power plants located in Brazil, China, India, Malaysia, South Africa, Thailand, and Uruguay with an aggregate net capacity (based on our share of economic ownership) of 916.4 MW as of October 31, 2016. These power plants generally have long-term Power Purchase Agreements (“PPA”) with creditworthy counterparties. Our current portfolio has PPAs with a weighted average (based on net capacity according to share of economic ownership) remaining life of 17 years. Subject to market and other conditions, our long-term plan is to further expand and diversify our current portfolio by acquiring utility-scale and distributed assets located in our core markets and certain other jurisdictions, each of which we expect will also have a long-term PPA with a creditworthy counterparty. However, as a result of the SunEdison Bankruptcy, our existing rights to acquire certain projects from SunEdison may be unenforceable. In addition, recent market conditions affecting companies in our sector generally have limited our ability to acquire and finance projects at attractive returns, so our ability to complete opportunistic acquisitions from third-parties may be limited. For the years ended December 31, 2015, 2014 and 2013, solar energy represented 75%, 100% and 100% of our consolidated operating revenues, net for the respective periods, and for the year ended December 31, 2015, wind energy represented 25% of our consolidated operating revenues, net for the period.
The following tables list the solar and wind power plants that comprise our portfolio as of October 31, 2016: