DUKES is an extensive collections of tables, charts and commentary with separate sections on coal, petroleum, gas, electricity, renewables and combined heat and power, providing a comprehensive picture of energy production and use over the last five years, with key series taken back to 1970. 2013 to date are online here, while older data is available at the National Archive. NB There is a pdf containing an useful index to the archived data. This is a series of PDF files, also available as printed booklets. The tables can be downloaded to Excel.
European economic statistics - includes climate and energy (total energy, electricity generation, energy intensity). Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union situated in Luxembourg. Its task is to provide the European Union with statistics at European level that enable comparisons between countries and regions. The website has available downloadable statistics, population census information for 2011, web services, microdata, GIS, metadata definitions, SDMX (Statistical Data and Metadata eXchange), and data validation information. Datasets are in tab separated values and sdmz format. Downloads can be automated. All information is updated twice a day.Eurostats main role is to process and publish comparable statistical information at European level. Eurostat does not collect data. This is done in Member States by their statistical authorities. They verify and analyse national data and send them to Eurostat. Eurostats role is to consolidate the data and ensure they are comparable, using harmonized methodology. The European Statistical System (ESS) is the partnership between the Community statistical authority, which is the Commission (Eurostat), and the national statistical institutes (NSIs) and other national authorities responsible in each Member State for the development, production and dissemination of European statistics. This Partnership also includes the EEA and EFTA countries. Member States collect data and compile statistics for national and EU purposes. The ESS functions as a network in which Eurostats role is to lead the way in the harmonization of statistics in close cooperation with the national statistical authorities. ESS work concentrates mainly on EU policy areas - but, with the extension of EU policies, harmonization has been extended to nearly all statistical fields. The ESS also coordinates its work with candidate countries and at European level with other Commission services, agencies and the ECB and international organisations such as OECD, the UN, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
Local authority level residual fuel (ie non-gas, non-electricity, non-road transport) consumption statistics. This includes: the full dataset and a factsheet summarising the key points of the dataset. This residual fuels dataset is also sometimes known as other fuels consumption data.
Energy trends is a quarterly bulletin containing statistics on all major aspects of energy in the UK. Energy trends focuses on the supply and demand of coal, oil, gas, electricity and renewables in the United Kingdom. Data is published a quarter in arrears.Previous editions of Energy trends are available from The National Archives.
UK Government annual, quarterly and monthly coal statistics available to download. This page collects together all the UK Government data sources that focus on coal, including historical coal statistics (1853-2012, decadal from 1853, annual from 1913) Brings together coal resources from DUKES (annual data), energy trends (articles, quarterly and monthly data) and historical data. These datasets form part of other dataset collections in UK Government statistics.
Annual, quarterly and monthly electricity statistics available to download. This page brings together all the UK Government data sources that focus on electricity including historic data (1920-2012) and imports, exports and transfers of electricity Brings together electricity data from DUKES (annual data), energy trends (articles, quarterly and monthly data) and historic data. These datasets form part of other dataset collections in the UK Government statistics.