Key message
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After recording annual growth in 2016 and 2017, the total emissions in the EU-ETS sector decreased in year 2018 by 1.2% compared to the previous year. The decrease resulted from smaller emissions from energy industries. The total emissions in the EU-ETS sector decreased by 26% in the period 2005‒2018. At the EU-28 level, this sector adopted the legally binding target of reducing GHG emissions by 21% by 2020 compared to the 2005 level. That is an EU-28 common goal and is not further differentiated across Member States. Slovenia does not have a specific target for this sector.


Charts

Figure PO27-1: EU-ETS emissions in the period 2005−2018
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Energy Industries Manufacturing Industries and Construction Industrial Processes Total emissions EU-ETS
2005 6301.15 1395.26 1055.72 8752.13
2006 6339.86 1416.25 1094.45 8850.55
2007 6578.54 1397.86 1076.41 9052.81
2008 6404.89 1371.74 976.80 8753.42
2009 6103.11 1154.50 676.11 7933.72
2010 6208.95 1134.53 656.97 8000.45
2011 6211.61 1041.97 685.39 7938.97
2012 5901.18 997.17 680.87 7579.23
2013 5617.13 1038.92 733.93 7389.98
2014 4329.02 1054.52 731.75 6115.29
2015 4420.89 1000.03 688.67 6109.59
2016 4781.13 1012.00 685.54 6478.66
2017 4741.09 1062.87 766.07 6570.03
2018 4605.80 1087.24 798.88 6491.91

Methodology

The indicator methodology is available only in Slovene (link to the indicator)

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