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Energy use: by industry reallocated to final consumer and energy intensity


The UKs reallocated energy use and energy intensity - the level of usage per unit of economic output, by industry (SIC 2007 group - around 130 categories). Reallocated energy consumption is where losses incurred during transformation and distribution are allocated to the final consumer of the energy rather than the electricity generation industry. These data are part of the environmental accounts data set. https://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/environmentalaccounts/datalist?filter=datasets


Office for National Statistics


Office for National Statistics


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Energy Category

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01/01/1990 - 31/12/2012

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01/01/1990 - 31/12/2012

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Reallocated energy use in million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe) by industry section and group, reallocated energy use in terajoules (TJ) by industry section and group, energy intensity by industry section and group (TJ per m)


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