By Paul Homewood
One of the central planks of the government’s decarbonisation agenda is energy saving.
The latest figures from BEIS however suggest that progress has slowed to virtually nothing in the last five years, at least as far as electricity is concerned:
Consumption fell sharply after the 2008 recession, and further smaller savings were made up to 2014. Since then however supply has hardly changed at all, dropping from 338 to 333 TWh.
We find exactly the same pattern with overall energy consumption:
Back to the drawing board, Ms Perry!
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April 7, 2019 at 06:30AM