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Targeting the Doubling of Solar Power Production

As a country that became an EU member state a full two decades ago, Slovenia implements all European plans, standards and strategies consistently, including its climate strategy that will enable it to step into the future as a climate neutral country.

The Climate Strategy envisages Slovenia becoming a society based on sustainable development by 2050, which is why it is striving to efficiently manage energy and natural resources, while maintaining a high level of competitiveness with a circular economy.

It places a focus is on six key areas: green public procurement, sustainable mobility, food waste, energy efficiency, the sustainable use of land and forestry, as well as raising awareness and developing new knowledge in the field of environmental protection.

The Government of Slovenia is additionally implementing various measures in an effort to secure more green energy, contributing to which will be the newly adopted Law on the Introduction of Devices for the Production of Electricity from Renewable Energy Sources, as well as the new Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan, which calls for the doubling of the amount of energy produced from solar power plants.

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