According to data from the Ministry of Infrastructure, Slovenia has paid 143.5 million euros for subsidies for the production of electricity from renewable energy sources (RES) in 2017. This is 2 % lower than the amount paid in 2016.
The majority of this amount, namely 70.9 million, euros was paid to solar power plants which produced 279.1 GWh of electricity in 2017, while 29.2 million euros went to fossil fuel-powered combined heat and power plants (CHPP) with the production of 295.4 GWh.
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