Major Power Producers – Million Tonnes Of Oil Equivalent
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) otherwise known as the DECC publishes statistics on a regular basis that relate to energy and climate change. The DECC is apart of the UK’s government and all statistics that they release are official. All About Savings has taken a closer look at some of the statistics in one of their reports and created this infographic to make it easier for people to understand.
All About Savings has taken a look into what fuels are used to generate electricity in the United Kingdom over a three year period (2010, 2011 and 2012). The Electricity Generation Infographic gives people a better insight into what fuels are used to generate the electricity we all use on a daily basis, and how the fuels used differ on a yearly basis.
All people who pay domestic or business electricity bills will know that prices are rising every single year. Does the rise is electricity prices have any sort of correlation with the fuels we are using to generate the power? We would love to know your thoughts on the fuels we use to generate electricity in the United Kingdom. If you have any questions or comment please get in contact on our Facebook or by tweeting us @AAS_Business.
The information that is in the Electricity Generation Infographic (above) is important in educating the people of the UK to understand where the electricity we use everyday comes from. The All About Savings team asks if you could please share this infographic across your social networks or even embed it on your websites or blogs!
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