December 2011
Global Energy Market Research: Slovenia;Dec2011, p4
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The article focuses on energy institutions and policies in Slovenia. It outlines the important role of the Energy Agency, which is responsible for regulating and overseeing the liberalization and transparency of the energy market. It also provides brief overview of the market condition of the electricity, gas, and renewable energies in the country. Furthermore, the country's carbon dioxide emission reduction target is also provided.


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