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More than half of the flats/houses in Slovenia were built before 1980, or more than three quarters before 1990. In their renovation lies the greatest potential for reducing environmental impacts and lower energy consumption. At the same time, the share of low-income households - those who are supposed to invest in housing renovations - are relatively high. These households also have the most problems with housing conditions or housing deprivation and overcrowding rate.


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Figure PG03-1: Housing conditions
Sources: 
SI-STAT: Housing conditions, cohesion regions, Slovenia, annually, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2018)
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Poor state of living

There is no proper heating

Not enough light

Noise problems

Environmental pollution

The presence of crime

2008

31

7

12

20

21

9

2011

35

6

13

18

20

9

2013

28

6

7

13

16

9

2014

30

7

6

14

16

10

2015

27

7

6

14

16

10

2017

23

5

5

14

17

8

Figure PG03-2: Housing deprivation
Sources: 
SI-STAT: Degree of housing deprivation according to the elements of deprivation, Slovenia, annually, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2018)
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Poor state of apartment

Bath or shower in the apartment

Toilet for own use

Too dark in the apartment

They are not deprived

2005

18.40

3.70

0.60

0.50

76.90

2007

21.40

3

0.40

0.20

75

2008

31

5.30

0.50

0.20

63.10

2011

34

6.20

0.30

0.10

59.40

2012

31.60

4.30

0.20

0.10

63.80

2014

27.90

3.50

0.20

0.20

68.10

2017

21.70

2.40

0.10

0

75.70

Figure PG03-3: Overcrowding rate
Sources: 
SI-STAT: Rate of overpopulation of dwellings by household income, 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

2011

25.30

20.50

18.90

13.90

6.60

2012

25.90

19.70

17.50

12.80

7.20

2013

23.90

17.20

18

11.80

7.10

2014

24.40

18.30

14.30

11.60

5.40

2015

21.40

18.20

12.90

9.80

6

2016

19.90

15.30

13.20

8.90

5.40

2017

18.90

17.30

12.80

9.60

5.60

Figure PG03-4: Construction year of dwellings
Sources: 
SI-STAT:Dwellings by population and year of construction, municipalities, Slovenia, multiannual., Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2018)
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Year of construction - 1919 - 1945

Year of construction - 1946 - 1960

Year of construction - 1961 - 1970

Year of construction - 1971 - 1980

Year of construction - 1981 - 1990

Year of construction - 1991 - 2000

Year of construction - 2001 - 2005

Year of construction - 2006 - 2010

Year of construction - 2011 - 2015

Number of dwellings

56861

79658

121821

174387

140295

63063

32462

43764

14501

Figure PG03-5: General information about dwellings
Sources: 
SI-STAT: Indicators of energy and fuel consumption, households, Slovenia, multiannual, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2018)
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Average number of persons in the dwelling (number)

Average heated area in the apartment (m2)

Share of air-conditioned dwellings (%)

... of this, the share of use of air-conditioners for cooling and heating (%)

Share of dwellings with a heat pump (%)

Share of dwellings with solar panels (%)

Average surface of solar panels (m2)

Average engine capacity of the car (cm3)

Average age of a passenger car (year)

Share of car-free dwellings (%)

Share of dwellings with one car (%)

Share of dwellings with two cars (%)

Share of dwellings with three or more cars (%)

Average number of passenger cars per dwellings having a car (number)

Average number of passenger cars per dwelling (number)

2014

2.50

73.50

19.90

40.70

11.70

6.60

6.40

1542

9.20

20.10

64.90

28.40

6.80

1.40

1.10

Figure PG03-6: Electrical appliances and equipment with energy label (%)
Sources: 
SI-STAT: Electrical equipment and equipment with energy label (%), households, Slovenia, multiannual, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, Conversion Jožef Stefan - Center for Energy Efficiency (IJS-CEU) (2018)
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Washing machine

Laundry dryer

Refrigerator or combine refrigerator

Freezer or freezer cupboard

Dishwasher

The oven

2010

69.40

64

67.60

53.70

65.30

40

2014

89.20

84

85.10

68.90

84.60

64

Figure PG03-7: Sources for residential and sanitary water heating (TJ)
Sources: 
SI-STAT: Sources for heating of dwellings and sanitary water (TJ), households, Slovenia, annually., Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, Conversion Jožef Stefan - Center for Energy Efficiency (IJS-CEU) (2018)
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Extra light fuel oil

Natural Gas

Wood fuels

Liquefied petroleum gas

Electricity

Coal

Remote heat

Solar energy

Heat from the surrounding area

2009

10810

4181

17779

856

2014

65

4022

318

265

2010

11375

4497

17814

839

1985

49

4245

341

349

2011

8934

4448

18263

988

1987

34

3742

374

439

2012

7746

4589

17783

862

2046

24

3433

409

669

2013

6376

4450

18461

701

2080

17

3410

437

838

2014

5194

3347

14246

507

2006

9

2799

452

864

2015

5075

3983

16389

861

2138

8

3212

456

1124

2016

4672

4561

17231

732

2237

6

3435

458

1346

Figure PG03-8: Overcrowding rate by age, sex and poverty status in EU (total population)
Sources: 
Eurostat,  Overcrowding rate (ilc_lvho05a), Eurostat (2018)
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European Union

Belgium

Bulgaria

Czech Republic

Denmark

Germany

Estonia

Ireland

Greece

Spain

France

Croatia

Italy

Cyprus

Latvia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Hungary

Malta

Netherlands

Austria

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Slovenia

Slovakia

Finland

Sweden

United Kingdom

2016

16.60

3.70

42.50

17.90

8.20

7.20

13.40

3.20

28.70

5.40

7.70

41.10

27.80

2.40

43.20

23.70

8.10

40.40

2.90

4

15.20

40.70

10.30

48.40

12.60

37.90

6.60

14.40

8

Figure PG03-9: Severe housing deprivation total population (EU)
Sources: 
Eurostat Severe housing deprivation (ilc_mdho06a), Eurostat (2018)
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EU-28

Austria

Belgium

Bulgaria

Czech Republic

Cyprus

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

Greece

Croatia

Ireland

Italy

Latvia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Hungary

Malta

Germany

Netherlands

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

United Kingdom

2016

4.80

4.20

1.90

11.60

3

1.30

1.70

3.30

0.70

2.70

6.30

7.10

1

7.60

14.60

8.60

2.10

16.90

1.40

1.90

1.40

9.40

4.90

19.80

4.30

4.50

1.70

2.70

2.20



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