Slovenia slips in energy trilemma index, still in top 20

London – Slovenia has slipped three places in the World Energy Council’s latest energy trilemma index to rank 17th among 127 countries, behind the Netherlands and ahead of Australia. Sweden, Switzerland and Denmark top the rankings. The London-based World Energy Council evaluates countries’ energy systems through three dimensions: energy security, energy equity (accessibility and affordability) and environmental sustainability, with grade A being the best. Slovenia scored 75 points, after getting 69 points for energy security, 84 points for energy equity and 73 on energy sustainability. The Slovenian Energy Chamber said…

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