Energy, Slovenia, October 2021
In October 2021, less net electricity generated than in October 2020
Compared to the same month last year, electricity production in October 2021 decreased, but supply of energy commodities increased.
Total net electricity generation in October 2021 lower, import higher than a year ago
In October 2021, total net electricity generation was 1,153 GWh. Compared to September 2021 it increased by 10% and compared to October 2020 it decreased by 33%.
Compared to October 2020, generation in hydro power plants was 61% lower, in thermal power plants 31% lower and in nuclear power plant 2% lower.
Consumption in October 2021 was 1,186 GWh. Compared to the previous month it increased by 9%, compared to same month last year it increased by 1%.
In line with the lower production in thermal power plants, fuel consumption also decreased. Total fuel consumption in October 2021 was 26% lower than in October 2020.
In October 2021, 851 GWh of electricity was imported and 783 GWh was exported. Compared to the same month last year, import increased by 78% and export decreased by 22%.
Energy supply in October 2021 higher than in September 2021 and in October 2020
In October 2021, supply of energy commodities in general went up with exception of Motor Gasoline supply fell with 10%. Compared with previous month we further noticed supply rise as 52% with Natural Gas, 31% with Heating and Other Gasoil, 22% with Lignite and Brown Coal, 21% with LPG, 20% with Kerosene Jet Fuel, 18% with Other Petroleum Products and 13% with Hard Coal.
Compared to October 2020 supply of energy commodities increased as 156% with Kerosene Jet Fuel, 99% with Heating and Other Gasoil, 23% with Motor Gasoline, 12% with Transport Diesel Oil and 5% with Other Petroleum Products.
Share of energy from renewable sources in gross final energy consumption in 2020 was 24.14%
The share of energy from renewable sources in gross final energy consumption in 2020 was 24.14%, which is almost 2.2 percentage points higher than in 2019.
In the heating and cooling sector it increased by 0.01 of a percentage point to 32.14%, in the electricity sector it increased by almost 2.5 percentage points to 35.09% and in the transport sector it increased by around 2.9 percentage points to 10.91%.
Tables with the latest data are available in the SiStat Database.
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.