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Coal, gas and electricity Review of UK Statistics Sources

Coal, Gas and Power is a review of statistical data available for the UK's three energy industries: coal, gas and electricity. Topics discussed include energy planning, energy comparisons, published energy statistics, and energy consumption. This volume consists of five chapters and begins by explaining the purpose of energy statistics, such as providing statistics on the total production and use of energy and identifying energy use in the economy sector. A brief summary of the relevant industry activity and its organization is given to understand a clear background of how the data is collected; What is being measured; That stage is measured; What is the reporting unit; The channels through which returns are made; And where they are processed. The formulation of the National Energy Research and Development Strategy in the United Kingdom is then followed by a discussion of energy comparability and government-published power statistics. The last chapter presents energy usage statistics. This book will be of interest to energy officials, statisticians, economists and social science researchers.


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