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Slovenia is well on its way to compliance with the 2020 non-ETS target. In 2019 Slovenia's non-ETS greenhouse gas emissions were 12.2% below the 2020 target. In 2019 emissions decreased by 2%. Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions decreased in sectors: other use, transport sektor and in energy and heat production sector. Other sectors saw an increase, with the highest increase in the industry sector, while in waste sector GHG emissions remained practically unchanged.

Despite the good results, additional measures are needed for long-term GHG emissions reduction in line with the mid- and long-term targets.


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Figure PO01-1: Non-ETS emissions in the period 2005−2019 compared to the target trajectory for emissions over 2013−2020 period that was calculated and based on 2005 emissions
Sources: 

Jožef Stefan Institute - Energy Efficiency Centre

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Total GHG emmissions in non-ETS sector

Target value set in Decision 406/2009/ES

2005

100

2006

100.87

2007

100.72

2008

109.48

2009

97.96

2010

99.40

2011

99.30

2012

97.05

2013

92.72

105.50

2014

89.60

105.76

2015

91.18

106.01

2016

95.35

106.27

2017

95.25

104.47

2018

94.42

104.77

2019

92.56

105.06

2020

105.36

Figure PO01-2: GHG non-ETS emissions by sector in 2019
Sources: 

Jožef Stefan Institute - Energy Efficiency Centre

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Transport

Agricultural

Other sectors

Waste

Power sector and district heating

Manufacturing industry and construction (including process emissions)

2019

0.52

0.16

0.12

0.11

0.05

0.04

Figure PO01-3: Non-ETS emissions by sectors in the period 2005−2019
Sources: 

Jožef Stefan Institute - Energy Efficiency Centre

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Transport [kt CO2 ekv]

Other [kt CO2 ekv]

Agricultural [kt CO2 ekv]

Waste [kt CO2 ekv]

Energy [kt CO2 ekv]

Industry and construction (with processes and use of solvents) [kt CO2 ekv]

2005

4406.82

2700.32

1713.82

766.46

6974.51

3871.26

2006

4642.73

2447.64

1713.63

731.09

7042.22

4056.03

2007

5246.23

2027.34

1769.69

677.40

7270.66

3826.10

2008

6166.83

2384.02

1692.75

609.73

7025.76

3664.19

2009

5162.79

2268.17

1705.59

553.87

6733.27

2954.40

2010

5303.28

2293.54

1675.23

543.92

6865.95

2931.62

2011

5654.17

2034.57

1657.25

549.91

6895.28

2749.21

2012

5673.42

1784.26

1641.75

535.15

6574.22

2708.82

2013

5372.68

1701.18

1627.28

516.55

6235.89

2767.38

2014

5389.32

1408.03

1674.34

486.90

4810.17

2812.74

2015

5360.38

1518.46

1714.36

495.65

4935.20

2736.90

2016

5734.75

1583.47

1734.74

490.66

5329.84

2743.01

2017

5865.06

1453.55

1700.90

479.69

5327.72

2869.68

2018

5844.31

1351.08

1700.56

443.24

5194.05

2988.49

2019

5635.18

1333.79

1718.38

435.08

4954.41

2988.61

Figure PO01-4: Non-ETS emissions trends in sectors in the period 2005−2019 compared to the projections for 2020 and the linear target trajectory in the period 2012−2020 (dashed lines)
Sources: 

Jožef Stefan Institute - Energy Efficiency Centre

Figure PO01-5: Change in GHG emissions in the period 2005−2019 by sector and the change in non-ETS total emissions. The graph presents the absolute change (in kt CO2 eq) and relative change (in %) of emissions in comparison to the 2020 targets
Sources: 

Jožef Stefan Institute - Energy Efficiency Centre


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