Energy Consumption

Energy consumption by sector (GWh), Glasgow, 2005-2019
Energy Consumption by Sector Glasgow 2005 2019Click to expand

Glasgow's energy consumption, measured in thousands of tonnes of oil equivalent (ktoe), reduced by 19% between 2005 and 2019, with the largest reductions being in domestic consumption (23%) and industrial and commercial consumption (23%). The lowest reduction (6%) was in transport energy use. In 2019, 38% of Glasgow's energy consumption was in the industrial and commercial sector, 36% was attributed to domestic consumption and 26% was in the transport sector.

Notes

The data presented were sourced from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. 

Useful links:

Glasgow's Energy and Carbon Masterplan
Glasgow’s Climate Plan

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