European Sustainable Energy Week
Renewable energy sources are important for achieving sustainable and secure energy supply, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and developing the economy. In Slovenia, the most important renewable energy source is wood, which in 2018 accounted for 48% of renewable energy sources in energy supply.
For 15 years, the European Sustainable Energy Week has been bringing together public authorities, private companies, non-governmental organizations and consumers to promote initiatives for clean, secure and efficient energy.
They emphasize, among other things, renewable energy sources, which are important for achieving sustainable and secure energy supply, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and developing the economy.
The most important renewable energy source in Slovenia is wood. In 2018, wood and other solid biomass accounted for the largest share (48%) among renewable energy sources in energy supply in Slovenia. They were followed by hydro energy with 36%. The shares of other renewable energy sources were smaller, but the use of energy from these sources is mostly increasing.
Some statistical data on the situation in this field you can find it here.