Residual fuels are defined as non-gas, non-electricity and non-road transport fuels, and cover consumption of coal, petroleum, manufactured solid fuels and bioenergy and waste not used for electricity generation or road transport. This analysis looks at the situation for a chosen authority, and the different consumptions for rural and urban authorities. It is interesting to note how different fuel types are favoured in certain rural-urban settings, and the change of level of use over the previous ten years for some fuel types.
All data comes from Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy.
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