The current power of Slovenian power plants and the CO2 emissions:
Current power
(skupaj)
 1.929 MW
Average CO2 emissions
(skupaj)
 521,2 t
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%
696 MW
%
8,4 t
Nuclear power plant
%
570 MW
%
13,7 t
Hydro power plants
%
32 MW
%
5,8 t
Renewable energy sources
%
631 MW
%
493,3 t
Thermal power plants
CO2 emissions over the planned lifetime of power plants.
Current power generation, 21 January 2021 17:00
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The simulation named "Current power of power plants in Slovenia and CO2 emissions" shows the electricity currently generated in Slovenia and an estimate of the average CO2 emissions in relation to the life cycle. The source of data is the hourly power of individual power plants, published and available on the ENTSO website.

The current power of Slovenian power plants ∑ 1.929 MW

The source of data is the hourly power of individual Slovenian power plants, published and available on the ENTSO website applying to:

  • the entire nuclear power plant,
  • all hydro power plants,
  • renewable energy source power plants (total power of all solar, wind, biomass, and waste power plants is shown),
  • all coal-fired and gas-fired thermal power plants.

Average CO2 emissions  ∑ 521,2 t

CO2 emissions are calculated from the hourly power of power plants and represent only an estimate of the CO2 emission rate for the existing Slovenian power plants in each hour of operation. Coefficients for calculating emissions (specific emissions in g CO2/kWh for each technology) are taken from the publicly published United Nations IPCC report and are also available on Wikipedia. The calculated values consider the entire life cycle of power plants, from construction to decommissioning. For individual technologies or sources, the internationally recognized coefficients are the following:

  • Nuclear power plant: 12 g CO2eq/kWh
  • Hydro power plants: 24 g CO2eq/kWh
  • Solar power plants: 45 g CO2eq/kWh
  • Coal-fired thermal power plants: 820 g CO2eq/kWh
  • Gas-fired thermal power plants: 490 g CO2eq/kWh
  • Wind turbines: 11 g CO2eq/kWh
  • Biomass: 230 g CO2eq/kWh
  • Waste: 230 g CO2eq/kWh

The infographic does not include data on electricity imports, which in 2019, on average, represented between 15 and 20% of all electricity consumed in Slovenia.

Nuclear Society of Slovenia

Nuclear Society of Slovenia

We are a society uniting scientists and experts in the field of peaceful use of nuclear science and technology and all others interested in this field.

University of Maribor, Faculty of Energy Technology, Headquarters of the Krško Unit

Energy Technology studies programme includes the nuclear energy technology studies at all three Bologna levels of education.

University of Maribor, Faculty of Energy Technology, Velenje Unit

Energy Technology studies programme includes the nuclear energy technology studies at all three Bologna levels of education.

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Nuclear Engineering studies programme

Physics studies with the Nuclear Engineering programme at the 2nd and 3rd Bologna level.

Institute of Energy Technology, Laboratory for Nuclear Energy Technology

The Laboratory for Nuclear Energy Technology operates within the Institute at the Faculty of Energy Technology. It is located in the ZEL-EN building in Vrbina, Krško.

Žirovski vrh uranium ore deposit and mine

The closed Žirovski vrh uranium mine and the rehabilitated tailings landfill. Landfills are being rehabilitated by the RUŽV company. Long-term supervision of rehabilitated landfills is carried out by ARAO.

ARAO - Radioactive Waste Management Agency

Specialized expert organization in the field of radioactive waste management. It performs state authorized tasks and projects.

GEN energija, Headquarters of the GEN Group

More than 99 percent of the GEN Group's generated electricity comes from low-carbon sources.

Krško Nuclear Power Plant

The nuclear power plant generating 696 MW has been the largest single source of low-carbon electricity in Slovenia since 1983.

Central radioactive waste storage

ARAO collects, processes, and stores radioactive waste from medical, research, and industrial sources.

Decommissioning Financing Fund for Krško Nuclear Power Plant

The Fund is raising funds for the safe disposal of radioactive waste from the Krško NPP and the implementation of all decommissioning phases of the Krško NPP.

Nuclear Safety Administration of the Republic of Slovenia

Expert body within the Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, performing supervision in the fields of radiation and nuclear safety.

Jožef Stefan Institute

The Institute uses nuclear science and technology in several of its departments and centres.

Nuclear Society of Slovenia

The Society connects many individuals enthusiastic about the nuclear energy. Please do join us.

Reactor Centre Podgorica

The 250 kW TRIGA nuclear research reactor has been operating within the Jožef Stefan Institute since 1966.

Slovenian Nuclear Forum

The industrial association connecting the Slovenian companies in the field of nuclear science and technology.

Slovenian Radiation Protection Administration

An expert body within the Ministry of Health performing supervision in the field of the use of ionizing radiation sources in health care and veterinary medicine.

Medical physics and nuclear medicine

Within the Department and Clinic of Nuclear Medicine (Oncology Institute and University Medical Centre), the nuclear science and technology are used for medical imaging, radiotherapy, modelling, and radiation protection.

Planned landfill for low- and intermediate-level radioactive waste

Location of the future near-surface landfill in the form of a silo. Construction planning is performed by ARAO.

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