Energy, Slovenia, October 2019
In October 2019, 38% less net electricity was generated than in October 2018
Compared to the previous month, electricity production in October 2019 decreased by 20%, but supply of energy commodities increased.
Decrease of total net electricity generation in October compared to September
In October 2019 total net electricity generation was 820 GWh, compared to September 2019 decreased by 20%. Consumption was 1199 GWh, compared to September 2019 increased by 14%. Hydro power plants generation increased by 14%, generation in the thermal power plants increased by 81%, while generation at the nuclear power plant decreased by 96% due to regular overhaul.
In line with the bigger production in thermal power plants, fuel consumption in October 2019 also increased by 77%.
In October 2019, 909 GWh of electricity was imported and 498 GWh was exported. Import increased by 29% compared to the previous month, while export decreased by 23%.
Increase of energy supply in October 2019
In October 2019 supply of energy commodities in general went up with exception of Kerosene Jet Fuel supply fell with 55% and Heating and Other Gasoil supply fell with 11%. Compared with previous month we further noticed supply rise as 73% with Lignite and Brown Coal, 33% with Other Petroleum Products, 27% with Natural Gas and 21% with Hard Coal.
Share of energy from renewable sources in gross final energy consumption in 2018 was 21.14%
The share of energy from renewable sources in gross final energy consumption in 2018 was 21.14%, 0.1 of a percentage point higher than in 2017. In the heating and cooling sector it decreased by 1.6 percentage points and in the electricity sector by 0.1 of a percentage point, while in the transport sector it increased by almost 3 percentage points to 5.5%.
Fuel consumption at main activity electricity producers, Slovenia
Solid, Liquid and Gaseous Fuels, Slovenia
Data for the last 12 months are provisional. With each release the data for the last 12 months can be corrected and supplemented with new data.