Slovenia covered 55.5% of its energy needs in 2020

Ljubljana – Slovenia met 55.5% of its energy demand using domestic sources in 2020, the rest was imported. The main source of electricity was by the country’s sole nuclear power plant in Krško. Some 81% of natural gas and 25% of petroleum products were imported from Russia, shows data released on Friday by the Statistics Office. In 2020, petroleum products accounted for the largest share of available energy in Slovenia (33%), followed by nuclear energy (23%). At EU level, oil products also accounted for the largest share of available energy…

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