Domestic output met 83% of Slovenia’s electricity demand in 2021

Ljubljana – Slovenia’s electricity output dropped by over 8% last year while consumption rose by 3%. The country’s output met 83% of its needs, down by almost 10 percentage points from the year before but on a par with pre-pandemic years, a report from the Energy Agency shows. The output-to-consumption rate fell to 82.9% in 2021 from 92.6% in 2020. In the years before the Covid-19 pandemic it ranged from 82.9% in 2017 to 84.6% in 2018 and 83.5% in 2019. The production units connected to the transmission or distribution…

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