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Slovenia has a high degree of energy intensity, but her reduction has stopped in recent years. Due to Slovenia departs from the average EU-27. This represents a departure from the goals set.



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Figure EN11-1: Trends in total energy consumption, gross domestic product and total energy intensity in period 1995-2012 according to 1995 and comparison with the intensity trend in EU-27
Sources: 

The jožef Stefan Institute, Statistical Office of the RS, EUROSTAT, 2013

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1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Total primary energy supply ktoe 6060 6362 6572 6405 6347 6394 6665 6730 6823 7030
GDP constant prices of the previous year, reference year 2005 mio EUR 19878 20577 21629 22340 23518 24496 25218 26186 26930 28102
Total energy intensity - Slovenia toe/mio EUR 2005 305 309 304 287 270 261 264 257 253 250
Total energy intensity - EU28 toe/mio EUR 2005 190 193 186 182 176 171 171 168 169 167
Total primary energy supply Index (1995 = 100) 100 105 108 106 105 106 110 111 113 116
GDP constant prices of the previous year, reference year 2000 Index (1995 = 100) 100 104 109 112 118 123 127 132 135 141
Total energy intensity - Slovenia Index (1995 = 100) 100 101 100 94 89 86 87 84 83 82
Total energy intensity - EU28 Index (1995 = 100) 100 102 98 96 92 90 90 88 89 88
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Total primary energy supply ktoe 7207 7220 7233 7650 7012 7136 7231 6981 6797
GDP constant prices of the previous year, reference year 2005 mio EUR 29227 30880 33023 34113 31453 31837 32033 31187 30876
Total energy intensity - Slovenia toe/mio EUR 2005 247 234 219 224 223 224 226 224 220
Total energy intensity - EU28 toe/mio EUR 2005 164 159 152 151 149 152 144 143 0
Total primary energy supply Index (1995 = 100) 119 119 119 126 116 118 119 115 112
GDP constant prices of the previous year, reference year 2000 Index (1995 = 100) 147 155 166 172 158 160 161 157 155
Total energy intensity - Slovenia Index (1995 = 100) 81 77 72 74 73 74 74 73 72
Total energy intensity - EU28 Index (1995 = 100) 86 84 80 79 78 80 76 75
Figure EN11-2: Comparison of the energy intensity (TPES/GDP in PPS) between EU-27 countries for 2011
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Eurostat, The Jožef Stefan Institute, 2013

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EU-28 EU-15 EU-10 - Estonia Finland Bulgaria Czech Republic Belgium Slovakia
Total energy intensity 2011 toe/PPS 130 126 156 268 231 226 205 182 174
SLOVENIA Sweden Poland Hungary Netherlands France Romania Latvia Lithuania Cyprus
Total energy intensity 2011 toe/PPS 169 165 164 155 149 146 144 140 140 133
Luxembourg Croatia Germany Austria Greece Malta Portugal Spain United Kingdom Italy
Total energy intensity 2011 toe/PPS 132 131 127 125 124 124 115 115 114 113
Denmark Ireland
Total energy intensity 2011 toe/PPS 108 93
Figure EN11-3: Comparison of total energy intensity in the period 2000-2011
Sources: 

EUROSTAT, The Jožef Stefan Institute, 2013

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EU-28 EU-15 EU-10 - Austria Netherlands Luxembourg Greece Italy France
TEI change 2000-2012 (%) % -16 -16 -29 -3 -5 -7 -7 -8 -12
TEI 2000 toe/mio EUR 2005 171 153 424 128 157 143 179 127 162
TEI 2011 toe/mio EUR 2005 143 130 303 124 149 134 166 117 143
Finland Denmark Portugal Spain Malta SLOVENIA Croatia Belgium Germany Cyprus
TEI change 2000-2012 (%) % -13 -14 -14 -15 -15 -15 -16 -18 -18 -19
TEI 2000 toe/mio EUR 2005 235 101 171 160 173 268 270 211 159 207
TEI 2011 toe/mio EUR 2005 204 87 147 136 147 228 226 172 129 167
Sweden Hungary Estonia Ireland Latvia Czech Republic United Kingdom Poland Bulgaria Romania
TEI change 2000-2012 (%) % -21 -23 -24 -26 -26 -26 -26 -30 -36 -38
TEI 2000 toe/mio EUR 2005 187 350 628 111 443 481 143 424 1040 606
TEI 2011 toe/mio EUR 2005 148 269 479 83 329 355 105 299 670 379
Lithuania Slovakia
TEI change 2000-2012 (%) % -40 -45
TEI 2000 toe/mio EUR 2005 490 604
TEI 2011 toe/mio EUR 2005 292 329

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