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Longevity for Sustainability
Low-carbon footprint

Low-carbon footprint

CO2 emissions rise when NEK does not operate

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Nuclear energy is improving carbon footprint of the Slovenian energy system

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Carbon footprint of nuclear countries is significantly below the global average

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In focus

Low-carbon footprint

CO2 emissions rise when NEK does not operate

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Security of supply

In 2020, Slovenia was on 14th place on the Energy Trilemma Index

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Quality of life and development

Slovenia meets high nuclear safety standards

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Production performance

Long-term operation of NEK means sustainable use of space – the existing facility on small NEK area produces large quantity of electrical energy

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Low-carbon footprint

Carbon footprint of nuclear countries is significantly below the global average

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Security of supply

Reliable supply of electrical energy is a requirement for normal functioning of a modern society

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Economic performance

The cost of electrical energy produced by nuclear power plants is highly competitive when compared to other energy sources

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Quality of life and development

Radiation is a natural phenomenon. What can NEK 0,11 μSv contribution be equivalent to when compared to annual natural radiation dose?

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Ancillary services

Nuclear power plant is an important support point for the transmission network

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Use of energy contributes to more than 80% of total greenhouse gas emissions in Slovenia

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Nuclear energy is among the most important low carbon energy sources for electrical energy production

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CO2 discharge from nuclear plants are comparable to wind farms and are lower than solar plants

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France: 70% of all electrical energy comes from nuclear power plants, generating greenhouse gas emissions of only one sixth of the European average

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