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Title Description Creator Dataset(s) Geographic Coverage Time Coverage
Lower Super Output Area (LSOA) data with eligibility data for CESP The Community Energy Saving Programme (CESP) was designed to target the lowest income households living in homes that need significant investment in energy saving measures and low carbon technologies. CSE mined the CESP data stores to develop and publish a database of useful information to assist with this targeting. Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) EDC0000013 England
Aggregated by Lower Super Output Area (LSOA)
Start: 01/01/2007
End: 31/12/2007
Based on pre-2009 income and building assessment data

CSE Fuel Poverty The Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) published projections for fuel poverty in 2012, with separate breakdowns for years: 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 and a nowcast for 2013. The data is aggregated by Government office region; dwelling type; dwelling age; method of payment for electricity; SAP rating; rurality (morphology); household composition; employment status (primary) of household reference person (HRP); tenure; sex of HRP; ethnic origin of HRP; benefits recipient. Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) EDC0000015 England
Start: 01/01/2009
End: 31/12/2013

CSE Heating and housing census data (at smallest output area level - LSOA) The Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) has downloaded and compiled selected data relevant to housing and energy use at the lowest available geographical area level from the UK Office for National Statistics 2011 census summary data. Lower Super Output Areas (LSOA) typically contain 70 to 150 households and so cover a relatively small geographical area. Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) using data from the Office for National Statistics EDC0000016 United Kingdom
England and Wales, at regional level
Start: 01/01/2011
End: 31/12/2011

Impact - community carbon calculator Impact is a parish-level carbon emission estimator which tells you how people in the parish travel and heat their homes, and other activities in the area that contribute to the local carbon emissions total. It shows territorial and consumption based emissions calculations. CSE and University of Exeter EDC0000251 England and Wales
Start: 26/02/2021
End: 31/12/2021
Likely to be updated