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DECC Statistics 31 March 2016
The Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) has today released the following statistics:
Provisional greenhouse gas emissions statistics for 2015 - read the statistical release
Provisional greenhouse gas emissions statistics for Q4 2015 - read the statistical release
Quarterly energy statistics for Q4 2015 - read the statistical press release
Monthly energy statistics for January 2016 - read the statistical release
Smart meters installations statistics for Q4 2015 - read the statistical release
Feed in Tariff commissioned installations statistics for February 2016 - read the statistical release
Solar PV deployment statistics for February 2016 - read the statistical release
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