LJUBLJANA — By 2030, Slovenia plans to produce at least 27% of energy from renewable resources. This figure is included into the updated draft of the new action plan on renewables, which the Infrastructure Ministry of Slovenia has released in June. The new plan involves two scenarios for using solar and wind energy resources. However, the Ministry favours the prospects of solar energy production. Large hydro power stations are the favoured technology for generating electricity from renewables. Thus, both wind and solar scenarios provide for the highest possible utilisation of water potential. With this regard, Slovenia plans to introduce new water installations and comply with all possible environmental requirements and standards. For this purpose, the released action plan is supplemented with an environmental report. The Government of Slovenia expects the public to provide its comments and proposals regarding both documents.