Slovenia yet to tap into its wind energy potential

Ljubljana, 4 December - Wind power facilities in the EU satisfied 14% of energy needs last year, up 2 percentage points compared to 2017. Slovenia lags significantly behind in unlocking the potential of wind energy. Despite available grants and investors showing interest, problems arise in particular when a location for a new wind farm must be found.

Dolenja vas
Wind turbine.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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