Results of Energy Analysis Trnava

The Trnava region is one of eight self-governing regions in Slovakia. More than 250 000 tourists visit the region annually, and it is ideal for hiking, cycling and water sports due to its flatland. The region is traditionally a centre of agriculture, energy and engineering industries.

There is a large range of plants and capacities for electricity production. The most important energy sources in the region include the V2 Bohunice nuclear power plant, the Gab?íkovo hydro power plant and imported gas. Regional power plants utilize the hydro power potential of Vah and Danube rivers, which provide an inexhaustible energy resource. The next most important renewable resources are solar power, wind power, geothermal energy, biogas and biomass.

Trnava Self-Governing Region