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By 2020, the implementation of energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy source (RES) measures in the public sector resulted in a cumulative energy savings of 228 GWh, and the cumulative CO2 emissions reduction was 56 kt. The values of both indicators lagged behind the annual target values by 26% and 12%, respectively. The 2020 targets were thus not achieved, which is largely due to the insufficient intensity of investments in the period 2015–2017. Interest in funding from the Cohesion Fund increased in 2021, also due to co-financing of the project documentation preparation from funds of the international technical assistance facility ELENA (GovDER project).


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Figure PO07-1: Cumulative reduction in CO2 emissions by measures in the public sector in the period 2011−2020 and target values of the indicator to year 2020
Sources:

Jožef Stefan Institute - Energy Efficiency Centre

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Target values of the indicator[kt CO2] Expected value of the indicator in year 2018[kt CO2] Indicator values in the period 2011−2020[kt CO2]
2011 0
2012 3.79 3.79
2013 11.29 15.69
2014 18.79 21.76
2015 26.29 25.36
2016 33.79 25.93
2017 41.29 28.83 27.93
2018 48.79 34.43 38.94
2019 56.29 50.14
2020 63.79 56.30
Figure PO07-2: Cumulative final energy savings with measures in the public sector in the period 2011−2020 and target values of the indicator to year 2020
Sources:

Jožef Stefan Institute - Energy Efficiency Centre

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Target values of the indicator[GWh] Expected value of the indicator in year 2018[GWh] Indicator values in the period 2011−2020[GWh]
2011 0
2012 10.23 10.23
2013 47.73 57.41
2014 85.23 91.22
2015 122.73 112.67
2016 160.23 114.39
2017 197.73 128.17 121.95
2018 235.23 148.39 160.10
2019 272.73 202.24
2020 310.23 228.42

Methodology

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

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