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In 2019, the leverage of incentives in the public sector amounted to 36.6 euro cents of subsidy for 1 euro of investment, which is slightly worse than the indicative annual target value. Compared to the previous year, 2.6 euro cents less subsidy had to be allocated for 1 euro of investment. According to currently available data, the leverage of incentives in the public sector will, due to the Eco Fund subsidies, further decrease in 2020, to 34.4 euro cents of subsidy for 1 euro of investment, which means that it will lag behind the target for this year.

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By 2019, the implementation of energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy source (RES) measures in the public sector resulted in a cumulative energy savings of 202 GWh, and the cumulative CO2 emissions reduction was 50 kt. The values of both indicators now lag behind the indicative annual target values by 26% and 11%, respectively, which is slightly less than the previous year, when the lags were 32% and 20%, respectively. According to currently available data, the cumulative energy savings will amount to 217 GWh and the reduction in CO2 emissions to 54 kt in 2020.

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At the end of 2019, the total floor area of energy-renovated buildings in the public sector amounted to 1.71 million m2, which exceeds the indicative annual target by 8%. In 2019, more than 187,000 m2 were renovated, which is 28% less than the previous year and also significantly less than in the period 2013−2015. According to currently available data, the total floor area of energy-renovated public buildings will reach 1.84 million m2 in 2020, which will exceed the target value for this year by 3%.

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In 2019, CO2 intensity in the commercial and institutional sector decreased further compared to the previous year to 31.8 t CO2/million EUR1995, which is 7% below the indicative annual target. In comparison to 2010, the intensity was 57% lower. Since the energy statistics for this sector are calculated as the difference between the total energy consumption and the energy consumption of all other sectors, the indicator is rough, which makes it difficult to interpret the year-on-year changes and to forecast achievement of the 2020 target.

Neutral

The cumulative final energy savings due to the implementation of energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy source (RES) measures in the residential sector amounted to 1,506 GWh by 2019, and the cumulative CO2 emissions reduction was 220 kt. Compared to the previous year, energy savings increased by more than half, and the reduction in CO2 emissions more than doubled. In 2019, the cumulative final energy savings were 19% above the annual indicative target, and the cumulative CO2 emissions reduction was behind the annual indicative target by 19 kt or 8%.

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Specific CO2 emissions in the residential sector amounted to 8,9 kg CO2 eq/m2 in 2019, which is 2% less than the previous year. The reduction was mainly due to the reduction of CO2 emissions from the use of fuels in this sector. Specific emissions were 6% lower than the indicative annual target value. In order to achieve the 2020 target they will have to be slightly reduced, by less than 1%. With the exception of 2015, when the indicator value increased, its value in the period 2010–2019 on the annual basis always decreased.

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In 2019, the share of renewable energy sources (RES) in the use of fuels in the tertiary sector decreased by 0.7 percentage points compared to the previous year, amounting to 57.2%, which is the lowest value in the period 2013−2019. The decrease was mainly driven by a 0.8 percentage points decline in the use of RES in households. The achieved share of RES lagged behind the indicative annual target value by 3 percentage points.


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