Energy, June 2023
In June 2023, more net electricity generated than in June 2022
Compared to the same month last year, electricity production in June 2023 increased, energy supply also increased.
Total net electricity generation higher, import lower than a year ago
In June 2023, total net electricity generation was 1.355 GWh. Compared to May, it increased by 6%, and compared to June 2022 it increased by 22%. Generation in hydro power plants was 56% higher, in thermal power plants 9% higher and in the nuclear power plant 3% higher.
In line with the higher production in thermal power plants, fuel consumption also increased. Total fuel consumption was 3% higher than a year ago.
459 GWh of electricity was imported and 823 GWh was exported. Compared to the same month last year, import decreased by 39% and export increased by 8%.
Electricity consumption lower than in the previous month
In June, households consumed 222 GWh and business entities 607 GWh of electricity. With 290 GWh consumed, manufacturing dominated. Compared to the previous month, electricity consumption in households went down by 12% and in business entities up by 2%.
Energy supply up at the monthly and annual level
Compared to May, the supply of energy commodities in general went up as 185% with Lignite and Brown Coal, 116% with Kerosene Jet Fuel, 30% with Other Petroleum Products and 24% with Motor Gasoline. Compared with previous month we further noticed supply fall as 25% with Heating and Other Gasoil, 14% with Natural Gas, 8% with Coke Oven Coke and 5% with LPG.
Compared to June 2022, the supply of energy commodities increased as 43% with Heating and Other Gasoil, 39% with Other Petroleum Products, 25% with Kerosene Jet Fuel, 12% with Motor Gasoline and 5% with Natural Gas.
Tables with the latest data are available in the SiStat Database.
Electricity production, Slovenia, May 2023
Solid, Liquid and Gaseous Fuels, Slovenia
Data for the last three months are provisional. With each release, the data for this period can be corrected and supplemented with new data.