Production of electricity from CHP is slowly increasing after the reduction in 2009. In 2011, it was still far from its goal for 2010. The expected start in the industry due to the new support scheme in 2009 was prevented by the economic crisis.
The indicator shows the combined production of heat and electricity in Slovenia, which is one means of increasing the efficiency of electricity generation, as it makes use of the heat that is otherwise lost in conventional thermal power plants. Production of electricity in CHP units is calculated using Eurostat methodology
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, 2012.
|Production of electricity||GWh||14599||13822||15272||15116||15115||15043||16398||16398||16398||16398|
|Production of electricity from combined heat and power||GWh||872.6||909.8||977.4||1104.7||1123||1087.7||1106||1106||1106||1106|
|ReNEP 2010 target line||GWh||960||1040||1120||1200||1280||1360||1440||1440||1440||1440|
|Share of electricity produced from combined heat and power||%||6||6.6||6.4||7.3||7.4||7.2||6.7||6.7||6.7||6.7|
|EU (27 countries)||-||Denmark||Latvia||Finland||Lithuania||Netherlands||Hungary||Poland||Belgium|
|Share of CHP in electricity production in 2007||%||11.7||49.2||45||36.2||34.6||33.2||19.6||17.6||16|
|Share of CHP in electricity production in 2007||%||15.9||15.4||14.2||13.2||12.5||11.8||11.5||10.8||10.3||9.6|
|Share of CHP in electricity production in 2007||%||8||7.4||6.9||6.7||6.2||4.3||2.8||1||0|
- doubling production of electricity from CHP units in the 2000-2010 period from 800 GWh to 1600 GWh.