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Plans to improve air quality in Slovenia include a number of measures. It is crucial that the state ensures the financing of measures and thus the implementation of measures, and consequently the improvement of ambient air quality. In 2019, as much as EUR 15.56 million more investments were paid out than in 2014. In the period from 2014 to 2019, most investments were in wood biomass boilers, followed by investments in heat pumps.


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Figure ZR20-1: Comparison of amounts of approved and paid investments in air quality measures, Slovenia, 2014-2019
Sources:

Eco Found, 2021 (31. 03. 2021)

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  Unit 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Approved on the basis of issued decisions million €         5,20           6,50           2,28           1,09         13,66         17,07  
Paid out  million €         2,54           3,87           6,18           1,09           7,77         18,10  
Figure ZR20-2: Trends in the number of investments in air quality measures, Slovenia, 2014-2019
Sources:

Eco Found, 2021 (31. 03. 2021)

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  Unit 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Trends in the number of investments in air quality measures Number of investments 1664 1050 1351 1694 4827 5756
Figure ZR20-3: Number of investments in individual air quality measures, Slovenia, 2014-2019
Sources:

Eco Found, 2021 (31. 03. 2021)

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Year Unit Heat pumps  Wood biomass boilers  Replacement of outdoor furniture Thermal insulation of facades  Thermal insulation of facades Thermal insulation of roofs Energy efficient ventilation  Complete renovation of older institutions, buildings 
2014 Number of investments 464 0 425 537 156 80 2
2015 Number of investments 105 0 225 475 204 40 1
2016 Number of investments 50 182 435 341 148 186 9
2017 Number of investments 65 350 437 332 132 368 10
2018 Number of investments 1347 3192 96 71 29 90 12
2019 Number of investments 1591 4163 0 1 1 0 0

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