Energy & Climate Policymaking in Slovenia

How does it work?

Policymaking in Slovenia starts with a proposal by either the Government, a deputy, the National Council, or a minimum of 5,000 voters, who present a draft to the President of the National Assembly. Once submitted, the drafts, which must follow a specific structure and set of contents, are discussed by the National Assembly. After two readings, amendments are possible. If the policy is passed by the National Assembly, the Government will then adopt it, in which case it will come into force and be implemented.


Who are the actors involved and what role do they play? Click on an institution to learn more.

Slovenian National Assembly

Government of the Republic of Slovenia

Ministry of Infrastructure

Ministry of the Environment & Spatial Planning

Ministry of Economic Development & Technology

Policy Plans

Follow the path some policies took from draft to reality. Where did youth contribute?

Slovenia's National Energy and Climate Plan

Following extensive consultations and assessment efforts, and with public interest in terms of energy and climate at its core, Slovenia’s NECP is set to put the country on the path towards achieving climate neutrality by 2050.