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Slovenia endorses plans for construction of new wind farm

The wind power facility will be built near Rogatec, in a mountain range right next to the Croatian border.With the entirety of Europe looking to become more sustainable and environmentally friendly, over the past couple of years countries have grown more and more eager to explore different energy alternatives that would allow them to reach … Continue reading Slovenia endorses plans for construction of new wind farm

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Slovenia adopts national zoning plan for Rogatec wind farm

The Government of Slovenia has adopted a decision on the implementation of a national zoning plan for the Rogatec wind farm. The decision on the implementation of a national zoning plan for the Rogatec wind farm has been prepared on the initiative of the Ministry of Infrastructure. In October last 2019, the Ministry of the … Continue reading Slovenia adopts national zoning plan for Rogatec wind farm

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Slovenia plans EUR 65 million investment in wind energy

Slovenia’s power utility Dravske Elektrarne Maribor (DEM) plans to invest EUR 65 million in three wind farms – Ojstrica, Paški Kozjak, and Rogatec. The installed capacity of the wind farms would be 46 MW with an expected output of 122 GWh per annum. Currently, Slovenia has only two wind turbines, with the production of 6 … Continue reading Slovenia plans EUR 65 million investment in wind energy

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Wind energy in Slovenia, plans for eight wind farms

The Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning is working on national zoning plans for eight wind farms as part of efforts to increase the share of energy produced from renewable sources, in line with Slovenia’s energy policy and climate goals. Despite its considerable wind power potential, Slovenia currently has only two wind turbines. However, … Continue reading Wind energy in Slovenia, plans for eight wind farms

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WindEurope welcomes the Slovenian Wind Energy Association

Representatives of the European Parliament, the European Commission, the Slovenian Permanent Representation and industry stakeholders all gathered to discuss the current energy mix and the potential of wind energy deployment in the country. Slovenia currently has only 3.2 MW of onshore wind energy installed, with its first wind turbine being commissioned in 2012. Today, there … Continue reading WindEurope welcomes the Slovenian Wind Energy Association

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