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Energy trends

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‘Energy trends’ is a quarterly bulletin containing statistics on energy in the United Kingdom. It includes tables, charts and commentary, covering all major aspects of energy, to give a comprehensive picture of energy production and use.

‘Energy trends’ costs £40 per year for UK subscribers, £45 for overseas subscribers and surface mail delivery, and £60 for airmail delivery outside Europe.

You can find the last nine copies listed below. Earlier copies of ‘Energy trends’ publications are available from the DECC Publications Library.

The ISSN number for this publication is: 0308-1222 (Print) and 2040-6029 (Online)

For Microsoft Excel spreadsheet versions of the tables contained in the ‘Energy trends,’ see the Energy sector statistics web pages. You can also find annual and monthly data here.

For downloadable versions of the articles in ‘Energy trends’ see either the Articles by issue or Articles by subject web pages.

A statistical press release in support of the latest quarterly publication is available:


Subscribing to ‘Energy trends’

To receive a complimentary copy, or for more information about subscribing, contact Kevin Harris or call 0300 068 5041.

The next edition of ‘Energy trends’ will be published on 28 March 2013.

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