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According to the indicator of the intensity of final energy consumption, Slovenia is much below the EU-27 average. After an increase in 2008 followed the decrease in 2009 and 2011, with an intensity increased again in 2010. It decreased only in industry, while in other sectors it increased.


The indicator final energy consumption is calculated as a ratio between final energy consumption and generated gross domestic product (GDP). The indicator of energy intensity shows how efficiently the Slovenian economy uses energy in creating production units. It is indicated in thousand tonnes of oil equivalent (ktoe) per million EUR (mio €), which are expressed in fixed prices of the previous year, with the reference year being 2000 and the EUR/SIT exchange rate from 2000.

Final energy consumption is defined as the sum of energy in the final consumption sector – processing activities and construction, transport and wider consumption, including households, services and agriculture.

Gross domestic product is defined as the market value of all final products and services generated by the Slovenian economy in one year.


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Figure EN15-1: Trend of final energy consumption, gross domestic product and final energy intesity for Slovenia
Sources: 

Jozef Stefan Institute, 2012.

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1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
Final energy consumption [ktoe] 3278.7 3560.8 3759.2 3942.5 4371.3 4493.7 4317.5 4354.5 4427.1 4550.1
GDP [mio EUR 2005] 17241 17731.2 18675.9 19442.9 20152.2 21151.2 21894.7 23060.6 24044.4 24751.1
Final energy intensity [toe/mio EUR 2005] 190.2 200.8 201.3 202.8 216.9 212.5 197.2 188.8 184.1 183.8
Final energy consumption 1992=100 100 108.6 114.7 120.2 133.3 137.1 131.7 132.8 135 138.8
GDP 1992=100 100 102.8 108.3 112.8 116.9 122.7 127 133.8 139.5 143.6
Final energy intensity 1992=100 100 105.6 105.8 106.6 114.1 111.7 103.7 99.3 96.8 96.7
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Final energy consumption [ktoe] 4555.1 4686.9 4782.9 4870.1 4939.8 4882.7 5266.7 4815.4 4935.6 4944.9
GDP [mio EUR 2005] 25698.4 26451.3 27615.6 28722.3 30402.4 32518.5 33618.7 30982.8 31366.9 31554.9
Final energy intensity [toe/mio EUR 2005] 177.3 177.2 173.2 169.6 162.5 150.2 156.7 155.4 157.4 156.7
Final energy consumption 1992=100 138.9 142.9 145.9 148.5 150.7 148.9 160.6 146.9 150.5 150.8
GDP 1992=100 149.1 153.4 160.2 166.6 176.3 188.6 195 179.7 181.9 183
Final energy intensity 1992=100 93.2 93.2 91.1 89.2 85.4 79 82.4 81.7 82.7 82.4
Figure EN15-2: Change of total final energy consumption intensity and by sector in period 1992-2011
Sources: 

Jožef Stefan Institute, 2012.

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1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
Energy intensity toe/mio € 2005 190 201 201 203 217 212 197 189 184 184
Industry and construction toe/mio € 2005 219 220 229 213 204 197 190 182 198 177
Transport toe/mio € 2005 51 60 64 68 74 74 63 57 54 55
Households toe/mio € 2005 512 560 555 594 526 539 523 554 565 567
Services and agriculture toe/mio € 2005 23 26 22 22 54 51 54 55 43 54
Energy intensity Index (1992 = 100) 100 106 106 107 114 112 104 99 97 97
Industry and construction Index (1992 = 100) 100 101 105 97 93 90 87 83 91 81
Transport Index (1992 = 100) 100 117 124 133 144 144 123 111 106 107
Households Index (1992 = 100) 100 109 109 116 103 105 102 108 110 111
Services and agriculture Index (1992 = 100) 100 111 95 94 231 221 235 235 184 232
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Energy intensity toe/mio € 2005 177 177 173 170 162 150 157 155 157 157
Industry and construction toe/mio € 2005 164 192 187 194 184 159 144 139 145 140
Transport toe/mio € 2005 54 53 53 54 54 56 64 60 59 63
Households toe/mio € 2005 583 626 617 592 576 517 549 594 616 571
Services and agriculture toe/mio € 2005 51 34 35 30 26 21 27 28 29 29
Energy intensity Index (1992 = 100) 93 93 91 89 85 79 82 82 83 82
Industry and construction Index (1992 = 100) 75 88 86 89 84 72 66 64 66 64
Transport Index (1992 = 100) 105 103 102 105 104 110 124 117 115 123
Households Index (1992 = 100) 114 122 121 116 113 101 107 116 120 112
Services and agriculture Index (1992 = 100) 219 145 151 127 113 91 117 121 124 126
Figure EN15-3: Trends in intensity of households if denominator is population or appartment surface area, with climatic correction (*) or without it
Sources: 

Jozef Stefan Institute, 2012; Statistical Office of the RS, 2012.

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2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Households (inhabitants) Index (2000=100) 100 100.3 103.2 110.8 109.1 104.7 101.9 91.5 97.1 105.2
Households (residental area) Index (2000=100) 100 99.2 100.7 106.8 104 98.8 95.3 85 88.9 95.6
Households (inhabitants) (climatic correction) Index (2000=100) 100 96.9 101.4 103.5 103.4 97.3 98 89.7 93.4 102.5
Households (residental area)(climatic correction) Index (2000=100) 100 95.8 98.9 99.9 98.6 91.8 91.6 83.2 85.5 93.2
2010 2011
Households (inhabitants) Index (2000=100) 109 101
Households (residental area) Index (2000=100) 98.1 90.1
Households (inhabitants) (climatic correction) Index (2000=100) 102.5 97.2
Households (residental area)(climatic correction) Index (2000=100) 92.1 86.8
Figure EN15-4: Average annual growth of total final energy consumption intensity and by sector in different periods
Sources: 

Statistical Office of the RS, 2012; Jožef Stefan Institute, 2012.

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Energy intensity Industry and construction Transport Households Services and agriculture
1992-2011 %/year -1.2 -2.6 1.4 0.5 1.2
2000-2011 %/year -1.9 -3.9 2.3 -0.4 -5.7
2009-2010 %/year -7.5 -13.1 5.6 -10 -18.3
2010-2011 %/year 4 -9.1 13.4 6.1 25.7
Figure EN15-5: Trend of final energy consumption intesity for Slovenia and EU-27 for years 2000 and 2010
Sources: 

Eurostat, 2012

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2000 2010
EU-27 toe/mio EUR 2005 111.2 99.6
SI toe/mio EUR 2005 184.1 157.4

Goals

Slovenian energy policy stipulates a decrease in the economy's energy intensity; however, it does not stipulate specific objectives and mechanisms for the improvement of energy intensity. Specific objectives are defined only for energy efficiency, which is an important factor for the economy's energy intensity:
- 9 % savings of final energy in 2008-2016, in the area of final energy efficiency;
- savings of up to 20 % of energy until 2020.


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