The Slovak Republic rises six places to 34th in this year’s CCPI and is now among the medium-performing countries.
The country receives a medium rating in the GHG Emissions category and a low for Energy Use, Renewable Energy, and Climate Policy. It rates very low in the renewable energy indicators of current trend and share of renewable energy in energy use compared with a well-below-2°C trajectory, with a five-year linear trend of –3.52%. This signifies reduced renewable energy production instead of a much-needed increase.
National experts that contributed to the policy evaluation of this year’s CCPI chose to remain anonymous.