Slovenia embarking on energy transition with mix of renewables, nuclear

Ljubljana – Slovenia is counting on nuclear in its energy transition since renewable sources alone will not suffice to cover the production shortfall once coal is phased out given that the country has missed many opportunities already, Infrastructure Minister Jernej Vrtovec said on Tuesday. “There is potential for more photovoltaic plants and four hydro power plants. We also have some wind potential that we have to harness… But renewables will not be enough,” he said. “Europe’s dependence on fossil fuels is reflected in growing prices. The only way to prevent…

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