Key message

In 2019, the share of renewable energy sources (RES) in the use of fuels in the tertiary sector decreased by 0.7 percentage points compared to the previous year, amounting to 57.2%, which is the lowest value in the period 2013−2019. The decrease was mainly driven by a 0.8 percentage points decline in the use of RES in households. The achieved share of RES lagged behind the indicative annual target value by 3 percentage points. In order to achieve the target of a 61% share of RES in the use of fuels in the tertiary sector in 2020, this share will need to be increased by 3.8 percentage points, which is, on an annual basis, comparable to the growth in the share of renewable energy in 2012, which will be difficult to achieve. The 2020 target is thus not expected to be met.


Figure PO12-1: The share of RES in the use of fuels in the tertiary sector in 2005 and in the period 2010−2019 and its target values up to 2020

Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, Jožef Stefan Institute - Energy Efficiency Centre

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Indicator value in 2005 Target values of the indicator Indicator values in the period 2010−2019
2005 42.70
2010 47.46
2011 50.96
2012 54.64 54.64
2013 55.43 57.36
2014 56.23 58.03
2015 57.02 58.54
2016 57.82 57.43
2017 58.61 58.71
2018 59.41 57.99
2019 60.20 57.25
2020 61


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