Slovenia Relies on Non-Renewable Energy Sources and Imports for Energy Supply
Ljubljana, 6 August - Crude oil, coal, nuclear energy and natural gas account for the bulk of Slovenia's energy supply, according to the energy balance, a document on the anticipated use of energy in Slovenia in 2002, which also reveals that Slovenia relies heavily on imports of energy resources. Although rich in biomass and water sources, the two account for only 3.9 and 4.5 percent of the overall energy supply, respectively, while oil, gas, nuclear fuel and partly coal need to be imported.
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