Details of Dataset
Housing & Energy
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Consumer Survey 2019
This is an overview of findings from Ofgem’s annual consumer survey, covering consumer engagement in the energy market, their attitudes towards switching and comparing energy deals and how they access the market.02/02/2020
Consumer Perceptions of the Energy Market Q3 2019
This is Q3 2019 update of results from our survey monitoring domestic consumers’ perceptions of service in the energy market.02/12/2019
Consumer Perceptions of the Energy Market Q4 2019
This is the Q4 2019 update of results from our survey monitoring domestic consumers’ perceptions of service in the energy market.20/03/2020
Prepayment Meter Price Cap: 1 April 2020 to 30 September 2020
The document below sets out the level of the Prepayment Meter Price Cap, which will apply for the period 1 April 2020 to 30 September 2020.07/02/2020
Global energy transformation: A roadmap to 2050 (2019 edition)
Increased use of renewable energy, combined with intensified electrification, could prove decisive for the world to meet key climate goals by 2050.
Trade war: US hits China with new wave of tariffs
The bruising trade war between the world's two largest economies intensifies.
Moving hydrogen from hype to hope - William Todts
\n \n “I see a pivotal role for hydrogen,” in Europe’s efforts to achieve its climate goals, said Frans Timmermans. And up jumped the crowd in a rare standing ovation for a climate commissioner. Hydrogen is the talk of the town and the Commission is widely expected to make it a big priority in its green industrial strategy. So, are we about to enter the golden age for hydrogen and - if so - what does it mean for transport? \n\n \n\n\n \n \n \n\nRelated Environmental IssueClimate Change and EnergyRelated Transport ModeAviationCarsFreightFuelsInfrastructureLorriesShippingRelated Policy AreaInvestmentStandards
Hydrogen: A renewable energy perspective
This paper examines the potential of hydrogen fuel for hard-to-decarbonise energy uses, including aviation, shipping and other. But the decarbonisation impact depends on how hydrogen is produced.
LNG remains a deadend for decarbonising maritime transport - Faig Abbasov
\n \n On 9 May 2019, a new cruise ship, called AidaNOVA called at the port of Barcelona. On the face of it, AidaNOVA was just another massive luxury cruiser. But the industry called it a game changer because AidaNOVA runs on a different type of fuel than its predecessors: liquified natural (fossil) gas, aka LNG. The debate about the merits of LNG has become a hot topic in energy and climate circles in recent years. \n\n \n\n\n \n \n \n\nRelated Environmental IssueClimate Change and EnergyRelated Transport ModeFuelsShippingRelated Policy AreaInvestmentStandards