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In 2020, specific CO2 emissions in the residential sector amounted to 9.2 kg CO2 eq/m2 or 3% more than the previous year and were 0.4 percentage points below the annual target,. The 2020 target was thus not achieved. The increase was mainly due to the increase of CO2 emissions from the use of fuels in this sector by almost 4%. The increase was caused on one hand by the colder year, and on the other hand by the coronavirus pandemic and the implementation of measures for preventing the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The increase in specific emissions in 2020 was after 2015 only the second in the observed period.


Charts

Figure PO11-1: Specific CO2 emissions in the housing sector in 2005, in the period 2010–2020 and the target values of the indicator to the year 2020
Sources:

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

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Indicator value in 2005 [kg CO2 ekv/m2] Target values of the indicator [kg CO2 ekv/m2] Indicator values in the period 2010-2020 [kg CO2 ekv/m2]
2005 23.92
2010 18.02
2011 15.36
2012 13.97 13.97
2013 13.33 12.14
2014 12.68 9.69
2015 12.04 10.32
2016 11.40 10.18
2017 10.75 9.81
2018 10.11 9.09
2019 9.47 8.92
2020 8.83 9.21

Methodology

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

Date of data source summarization