Slovenia Receives Much of its Electrical Energy from Nuclear Plant Krsko

Ljubljana, 17 August - COMPANY/ELES
Most of the energy needed by Slovenia last year was manufactured by Slovene sources, which put out 12,294 GWh electrical energy, the remaining 715 GWh or 5.5 percent of consumed energy was taken from other sources, states the state company Elektro-Slovenija (ELES) in its yearly report.

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