Slovenia: Summary

Updated: 13.02.2019

Author: Saša Rajković

Support schemes

In Slovenia, electricity generated from renewable energy is supported mainly through tender scheme. All production facilities connected to the grid after 22 September 2014, can take part in the tender issued annually by the Slovenian Energy Agency. The operators of renewable energy plants connected to the grid before 22 September 2014 may sell their electricity to the Slovenian power market operator Borzen at a "uniform annual price", i.e. the feed-in tariff (alternatively, they can opt for a premium tariff). Furthermore, in Slovenia public calls for subsidy applications are organised and loans are provided for projects in the field of renewable energy.

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Grid issues

Renewable energy plants shall be given priority connection and dispatch over conventional sources of energy.

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The following policies aim at promoting the development, installation and usage of RES plants: a training programme for RES-installers, a certification scheme for RES installations, exemplary role of authorities in the public sector, building obligations, which foresee the usage of RES and a support for RES-H infrastructure.

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Further information

  • Ministrstvo za infrastrukturo (MZI) – Ministry of Infrastructure Direktorat za energijo – Directorate for Energy
  • +386 1 478 80 00
  • website
  • gp.mzip(at)