Slovenia imported a record 1.2 TWh in October due to the shutdown of NPP Krško and TPP Šoštanj, SEE Energy News
According to data from the Slovenian Statistical Office, net electricity production in the country in October 2022 was reduced by 54% compared to the same month last year.
In October 2022, the net production of electricity in Slovenia reached 530 GWh, which is 48% less than in the previous month.
In October, production in thermal power plants decreased by 53% compared to the same month in 2021, production in hydropower plants increased by 27%, while NE Krško was out of operation due to planned overhaul. In addition, block 6 of the Šoštanj thermal power plant was disconnected from the system, which resulted in the lowest monthly electricity production in the last 19 years.
In October 2022, Slovenia imported a record 1,210 GWh (42% more compared to October 2021) and exported 655 GWh (-16%).
In October 2022, households consumed 263 GWh of electricity, while the consumption of commercial consumers amounted to 610 GWh.