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On average, households expenditure by consumption purpose in Slovenia was devoted predominantly on transport, housing, food and non-alcoholic beverages. For the households in the lowest income class, housing and food  account for almost 46% of household expenditure. In the lowest income groups there is energy poverty emerging. Statistics show that households are among the largest polluters with CO2 emissions into the air, and from all sector activities pay the most environmental taxes.


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Figure PG06-1: Households' average annual expenditure on consumer goods
Sources: 
SI-STAT: Average household monies spent, Slovenia, for several years, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2018)
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Food and non-alcoholic beverages

Alcoholic beverages, tobacco, narcotics

Clothing and footwear

Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels

Furnishing, househould equipment and routine maintenance of the household

Health

Transport

Communications

Recreation and culture

Education

Hotels and restaurants

Miscellaneous goods and services

2000

18.17

1.91

8.13

10.05

6.83

1.65

16.05

2.85

8.51

0.82

5.22

9.74

2003

16.35

2.02

7.69

10.38

6.07

1.58

15.18

4.08

9.79

0.84

5.24

9.78

2005

14.46

2.11

6.97

10.55

6.32

1.48

16.64

4.34

9.46

0.91

4.06

9.59

2007

13.94

2.11

6.86

10.83

6.60

1.62

15.29

4.46

8.95

0.81

3.45

9.67

2010

14

1.87

6.40

11.85

6.27

2.21

14.26

4.45

9.66

0.87

3.85

9.96

2012

14.29

1.85

5.84

13.63

4.71

2.33

16.83

4.95

8.75

0.92

3.15

10

2015

13.70

1.86

5.94

13.12

4.41

2.24

18.47

5.07

7.52

0.92

5.08

10.58

Figure PG06-2: Energy poverty - Average available funds for households consumed for electricity, gas and other fuels
Sources: 
SI-STAT: Average available funds of households spent on electricity, gas and other fuels in dwellings, Slovenia, annually, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2018)
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20% with the lowest incomes

20% with above the lowest incomes

20% with mediums

20% with upper income

20% with the highest income

2000

13.10

9.10

7.60

6.50

4.30

2003

12.40

9

7.10

6

4.20

2006

13.90

9.30

7.40

5.80

4.20

2007

14.30

9.90

7.60

6

4

2009

15.90

10.40

7.90

6

4.10

2010

17.40

10.40

7.90

6.10

4.30

2012

18.90

12.10

9.20

6.60

4.40

2015

17.70

10.10

7.70

5.90

4

Figure PG06-3: Housing costs of households
Sources: 
SI-STAT: What is the burden of housing costs for households, cohesion regions, Slovenia, annually, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2018)
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Big burden

Medium burden

Not a burden

2008

35

51

14

2009

36

53

11

2010

37

52

11

2011

40

51

10

2012

36

53

11

2013

38

52

10

2014

37

52

12

2015

33

53

15

2016

32

53

15

2017

36

53

12

Figure PG06-4: NAMEA accounts for CO2 air emissions by activity
Sources: 
SI-STAT: NAMEA emissions into the air (SKD 2008), Slovenia, annually., Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2018)
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A Agriculture and hunting, forestry, fishing

B Mining

C Manufacturing

D Electricity, gas and steam supply

E Water supply; sewage and waste management; remediation of the environment

F Construction

H Transport and storage

I Catering

J Information and communication activities

K Financial and insurance activities

L Real estate

M Professional, scientific and technical activities

N Other diversified business activities

O Public administration and defense; compulsory social security

P Education

Q Health and social work

R Cultural, entertainment and recreational activities

S Other activities

Households - TOTAL

2008

258.20

116.30

3116.50

6547.80

5.20

162.50

4499.90

94.10

12.30

33

88

47.40

43.20

16.20

104.30

105.10

33

56.90

3453.30

2009

231.90

107.80

2460.50

6268.40

6.40

128.60

3968.90

103.80

12.20

8.80

73.30

95.90

19.40

11.40

105.20

115.70

38.90

35.40

3453.30

2010

234.80

115.10

2446.30

6390.80

7.20

93.20

3861.80

91.50

10.90

8.10

66.20

89.30

19.70

11.10

94.70

103.50

37.20

33

3520.20

2011

223.10

102.10

2251.20

6427.70

7.20

77.50

4325.10

80.10

8.60

6

56.20

72.20

19.10

10.30

80.80

93.20

33.50

29.90

3395.50

2012

234.30

97.30

2170.70

6129.30

7.50

86.60

4222.30

57.70

5.70

4.50

39.30

48.60

16.10

9.60

57.40

66.80

29.80

20.90

3304.40

2013

230.20

94.40

2253.50

5819.10

17

67.30

3977.40

65.40

6.20

5.20

38.30

50.20

17.40

10.10

62.50

71.70

30.20

22.50

3186.10

2014

240.80

80.10

2291.40

4471.30

20.20

61.30

3954.50

34.30

6.50

10

20.80

58

21.40

38.70

52.70

65.50

13.50

15.10

2918.90

2015

238

83.40

2177

4589.80

27.30

69

4042.20

40

7.10

11.60

21

64.10

24.50

42.50

59

75

14.50

16.80

3031.50

2016

238

84.40

2165.70

4971

23.50

69.60

4094.20

47.20

8.40

13.70

24.90

75.80

28.10

49.40

69.50

88.40

17.10

19.80

3108.70

Figure PG06-5: Environmental taxes by activity (Mio €)
Sources: 
SI-STAT: Environmental taxes by activities (SKD 2008), mio €, Slovenia, annually, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2018)
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A Agriculture and hunting, forestry, fishing

B Mining

C Manufacturing

D Electricity, gas and steam supply

E Water supply; sewage and waste management; remediation of the environment

F Construction

G Trade; maintenance and repair of motor vehicles

H Transport and storage

I Catering

J Information and communication activities

K Financial and insurance activities

L Real estate

M Professional, scientific and technical activities

N Other diversified business activities

O Public administration and defense; compulsory social security

P Education

Q Health and social work

R Cultural, entertainment and recreational activities

S Other activities

V Households

2008

0.79

0.27

158.57

33.31

9.47

3.80

74.45

54.83

0.74

0.37

9.88

0.31

1.69

0.81

0.60

0.29

0.59

0.19

0.24

767.86

2009

0.69

0.26

187.42

30.78

9.51

4.02

45.41

62.57

0.88

0.37

9.49

0.25

1.62

0.69

1.17

0.30

0.56

0.20

0.27

903.58

2011

0.48

0.23

182.67

51.05

9.73

4.33

72.16

60.47

0.96

0.38

10.66

0.33

1.81

0.73

1.13

0.26

0.48

0.30

0.61

877.51

2012

0.81

0.39

185.03

62.11

10.36

13.53

79.77

74.91

1.08

0.37

8.72

0.33

1.57

0.76

1.21

0.33

0.59

0.34

0.32

945.46

2015

1.62

0.92

232.77

121.32

13.17

16.84

73.34

89.65

1.48

0.50

8.94

0.56

3.14

1.12

1.51

0.58

0.72

0.58

0.56

940.03

2016

2.75

0.98

245.63

97.50

12.30

17.57

68.79

109.58

1.79

0.51

8.99

0.60

2.09

1.17

1.50

0.75

0.95

0.61

0.59

988.79

2017

3.27

1.18

214.62

112.25

12.04

16.07

69.77

119.89

1.63

0.62

9.78

0.59

2.65

1.81

1.90

0.96

1.31

0.60

0.45

1030.38

Figure PG06-6: Households' average annual expenditure on consumer goods
Sources: 
EUROSTAT: Household expenditure by consumption purpose - COICOP, EU-28, 2016, share of total, Eurostat (2018)
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Food and non-alcoholic beverages

Alcoholic beverages, tobacco, narcotics

Clothing and footwear

Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels

Furnishing, househould equipment and routine maintenance of the household

Health

Transport

Communications

Recreation and culture

Education

Hotels and restaurants

Miscellaneous goods and services

2007

6.60

2.10

2.90

12.60

3.20

1.80

7.40

1.50

5.10

0.60

4.60

6.80

2008

6.80

2.10

2.80

12.90

3.10

1.90

7.40

1.50

5

0.60

4.50

6.70

2009

7

2.20

2.80

13.60

3.10

2.10

7.20

1.60

5.10

0.60

4.50

6.40

2013

6.90

2.20

2.70

14

3

2.10

7.20

1.50

4.70

0.60

4.50

6.30

2014

6.80

2.20

2.70

13.70

3

2.10

7.20

1.40

4.60

0.60

4.60

6.40

2016

6.70

2.10

2.70

13.30

3

2.10

7

1.40

4.70

0.60

4.70

6.30

Figure PG06-7: The share of househoulds expenditure for transport by EU Member States for 2016 (% of total household expenditure)
PG6-7
Sources: 
EUROSTAT: Household expenditure by consumption purpose - COICOP, EU-28, 2016, share of total, Eurostat (2018)


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