Slovenia meets renewables target last year for first time

Ljubljana, 18 June - Slovenia met for the first time last year the renewables target and produced more than 25% of its gross energy consumption from renewables, Environment Minister Bojan Kumer announced on Thursday. Slovenia will not have to purchase a statistical transfer as it did in the three years before, which cost nearly EUR 18 million.

The solar power plant along the drainage canal of the Zlatoličje hydro power plant.
Photo: Premogovnik Velenje
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