In previous years UK Energy Sector Indicators was published in July (main indicators) and October (background indicators). Following a review of the indicators DECC has decided to combine the publications, as the majority of the data included within the main indicators is readily available in other DECC statistical publications and releases.
A note explaining where you can find the data previously included in the main indicators is available:
As a result, this release will now simply be known as UK Energy Sector Indicators. The content of this publication has also been reviewed to ensure inclusion of all relevant indicators in support of energy and climate change policy not readily available elsewhere.
You can access the data we used to compile the charts in UK energy sector indicators from the Microsoft Excel workbooks:
DECC will continue to review the indicators included within this publication to ensure they continue to provide a good overview of data to inform progress in the areas of energy and climate change, and meet the needs of DECC data users. To help inform this process we welcome comments from users on the content of the publication, an indication of whether or not there are additional indicators they would like to see included in future issues, and if there any indicators no longer considered to be of use. If you have any comments please email them to DECC Energy Statistics at email@example.com or post them to DECC, Energy Statistics Team, 3 Whitehall Place - Area 6B, London SW1A 2AW.
The charts and text included in UK energy sector indicators represent a snapshot of the information available at the time of publication.