Result of Energy Analysis Zlin

Common energy concept

Final energy share by energy carrier

The Zlín Region is an administrative area in the east of the Czech Republic and borders with Slovakia on its eastern edge. A typical tourist area, its attraction lies in its of natural, cultural and historic richness.

No other area in the Czech Republic offers such a range of mountains, garden architecture, spas, wine valleys, remains of the Great Moravian empire, religious monuments and historically valuable buildings, as well as unique examples of modern Bata’s functional architecture.

Electricity production by renewable energies
Heat production by renewable energies

The region is special, being the place where three ethnographic areas meet: the fertile Hanakia, the generous Moravian Slovakia and the distinctive Wallachia.

The overall annual energy consumption in the Zlín Region is 35 992 759 GJ. Natural gas accounts for the major share (46 %). RES provide 10 % of overall primary energy consumption.
The consumption of primary energy sources has been reduced by 20 % since 2001, to 62.1 GJ per capita in 2012. The largest decrease in consumption was recorded in the municipal districts of Byst?ice pod Hostýnem and Luha?ovice.

The greatest potential for growth among renewable energy sources is in solar thermal systems and heat pumps, which are being supported by a national scheme called “New green savings”.

By far the most used source of renewable energy is biomass in all forms (logs, pellets and briquettes). The use of firewood has a long tradition in the villages and towns of the Zlín Region and biomass is also used in both local and district heating systems.

Energy Agency of the Zlín Region |