Energy follow-up survey results (published January 2014)

NumbersDECC published results of the 2011 Energy Follow-Up Survey  on 28 January 2014.

The main aim of the survey was to ‘collect new data on domestic energy use, in order to update the current modelling assumptions about how energy is used in the home, and to inform energy efficiency policy… as well as to provide data to update the assumptions in the key energy modelling methodologies in use in the UK: the BRE Domestic Energy Model (BREDEM) and its derivative the UK Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP)’

An example of the type of data collected is the mean energy consumption.

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Source: DECC, Energy Follow-Up Survey (EFUS): 2011, 28 January 2014