Long-Term Strategy for Mobilising Investments in the Energy Renovation of Buildings

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Last updated: 9 August 2019

On 29 October 2017, the Government adopted the Long-Term Strategy for Mobilising Investments in the Energy Renovation of Buildings (DSEPS), determining the important objectives of reducing energy use in buildings. On 22 February 2018, the amendment to the Long-Term Strategy for Mobilising Investments in the Energy Renovation of Buildings was adopted, since it was proven during its implementation that certain areas, such as quality management, creation of the financial instruments and problems of moderately developed market of energy contracting, need a more detailed examination and follow up.

The vision, defined in DSEPS, is to achieve carbon-neutral energy use in buildings by 2050; Slovenia will achieve this by making considerable improvements in energy performance and by increasing the use of renewable energy sources in buildings. This will, in turn, significantly reduce emissions of other harmful substances into the atmosphere. A further objective is for Slovenia to become recognised for its activities in the field of sustainable construction (DSEPS, pages 9 and 57).

(Source: Eng translation of draft NECP)

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End uses covered
  • Building end-uses
  • Multiple end-uses