Slovak RE Agency

Slovenská agentúra pre obnoviteľné zdroje energie

About Slovak Renewable Energy Agency

The Slovak Renewable Energy Agency (SK REA) is a non-profit organization established in 2006 in order to promote the development of renewable energy sources in Slovakia. Our activities help raise public awareness on energy-efficient…

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Education and Awareness

Raising awareness about the possibilities of using intelligent energy solutions is one of our key activities since 2006.

Demonstration Projects

Actively communicating the possibilities of using alternative energy sources in practice through the participation of demonstration projects

Legislative Support

State legislative and economic stimuli is inevitable for successful implementation of renewable energy sources.

Professional Conferences

Organizing workshops and conferences in the field of implementation and use of RES.

Research and Development

Supporting scientific and research activities in the area of intelligent energy solutions in Slovakia.

International Cooperation

Active participation in international projects within the SEE, IEE and HORIZON 2020 programmes.

Renewable energy sources

Diagram showing the share of individual renewable energy sources within countries in the European Union and information on them.

42% · Water energy

Water covers a larger part of the Earth’s surface. Its condition is not static and its movement can be observed in various forms (kinetic movement, evaporation), which is caused by the space in which this energy can be converted to electric energy, a so-called water cycle…
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27% · Wind energy

On the ground levels, the flow of air is very much influenced by the terrain curvature, but also the friction and turbulence…
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11% · Solar energy

Solar energy is one of the most accessible and cleanest forms of renewable energy that can be obtained from the sun. Its use has no negative impact on the environment. There are already many principles of transferring solar energy to other forms of energy…
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10% · Biomass energy

In general, biomass is the waste of biological origin suitable to be used as energy. The advantage of biomass energy is that it can be stored for a relatively long time…
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10% · Other sources

for example Geothermal Energy Read more

Source: Eurostat

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