Slovenia will lift lighting in some parts of its motorways due to an energy crisis
Slovenia has announced it will stop lighting in some parts of the highways as part of the increased energy saving measures.
Slovenia’s Public Highway Company (DARS) said it had decided to stop lighting in some parts of the country’s highways, aimed at improving energy-saving measures.
The statement said that this step would save an equal amount of electricity to the annual consumption of 600 households, while continuing lighting at critical points of the highways will continue.
In Slovenia, which received about 30 per cent of its electricity needs with imports, parliament adopted a law in September on “reducing heating in public institutions and turning off lighting in public areas that are not required”.
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