aribor, May 10 (STA) - According to state secretary for energy Boris Sovič, primary energy production per capita in Slovenia last year came to 1,682 kWh of hydroelectric power, 1,881 kWh of nuclear power, 1,000 kg of liquid fuels, 351 standard cubic metres of natural gas and 2,700 kWh of coal.***
Ljubljana, 10 May - SLOVENES USE ONE QUARTER LESS ENERGY THAN EU COUNTRIES=
Comparisons show that per capita consumption of primary energy is lower by a quarter in Slovenia than in the European Union, and by around a sixth in the case of end energy. Only Spain, Greece and Portugal use less primary energy by head of population. At the same time, the energy produced generates three-quarters less in terms of gross domestic product per capita in Slovenia, which means that energy intensiveness in Slovenia is three times greater than in the EU.
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