Energy in Slovenia
Energy in Slovenia describes energy and electricity production, consumption and import in Slovenia. Energy policy of Slovenia will describe the energy policy in the politics of Slovenia more in detail. Electricity sector in Slovenia is the main article of electricity in Slovenia.
Slovenia is net energy importer. Primary energy use in Slovenia was 81 TWh and 40 TWh per million persons in 2009.
Slovenia imported 49% of its energy use in 2009.
|Energy in Slovenia|
|Change 2004-09||2.0 %||-2.8 %||2.9 %||-9.0 %||-8.8 %||-2.9 %|
|Mtoe = 11.63 TWh, Prim. energy includes energy losses 
2012R = CO2 calculation criteria changed, numbers updated
In Slovenia's forecast, renewables satisfy about 40% of the country’s electricity consumption in 2020. Slovenia is the EU country with the smallest forecast penetration of wind power in 2020: 1.3% of electricity consumption, while the Irish action plan shows wind meeting over 36% of the country’s electricity demand. Slovenia has intention to cover its EU renewable energy obligations 6.1TWh (2020) mainly with hydro power 5.1 TWh and biomass 0.7 TWh. According to EWEA’s calculations by 2020 wind could cover 6% - 9% of electricity demand. The newly adopted feed-in tariff limiting support to projects of 5 MW and under may be hindering perspectives for wind power development.
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