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CHP: capacity, generation and fuel use

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Data period: New data for 2017 and revisions to data for 2015 to 2016
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Contents
CHP: capacity, generation and fuel use for each year from 1977 to 2017.

Background
CHP: capacity, generation and fuel use. Annual data published on the last Thursday of July with detailed commentary available in the BEIS statistical
publication the Digest of United Kingdom Energy Statistics (DUKES) internet content only.

Further information
Publication Digest of United Kingdom Energy Statistics (DUKES)
Website Combined heat and power: Chapter 7, Digest of United Kingdom Energy Statistics (DUKES)
Data sources & methodology Combined heat and power statistics: data sources and methodologies
Revisions policy Energy statistics revisions policy
Glossary and acronyms Digest of United Kingdom Energy Statistics (DUKES): glossary and acronyms

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7.1.1 Combined Heat and Power: capacity,
generation and fuel use
Number of Electricity Heat capacity Heat to Fuel Electricity Heat Overall Load
schemes capacity (2) power ratio input generation generation efficiency factor
(1) (3) (4) (5)

MWe MWth GWh GWh GWh Per cent Per


cent
1977 .. 2,793 .. .. .. 10,450 .. .. 43

1983 .. 2,254 .. .. .. 7,500 .. .. 38

1988 .. 1,793 .. .. .. 8,700 .. .. 55

1991 266 2,293 13,361 5.80 113,537 10,917 65,174 67.0 54.3

1993 996 2,893 14,442 4.12 101,650 14,171 58,418 71.4 55.9
1994 1,139 3,117 15,704 4.67 97,468 12,853 60,079 74.8 47.1
1995 1,220 3,355 15,698 3.85 106,504 14,778 56,833 67.2 50.3
1996 1,298 3,041 15,276 3.81 97,993 14,782 56,285 72.5 55.5
1997 1,318 3,204 15,528 3.46 97,881 15,699 54,329 71.5 55.9
1998 1,328 3,439 15,557 3.16 100,877 17,568 55,579 72.5 58.3
1999 1,352 3,669 15,426 2.81 100,550 19,104 53,755 72.5 59.4

2000 1,339 4,451 26,150 2.17 106,229 25,245 54,877 75.4 64.8
2001 1,366 4,453 26,479 2.61 109,348 21,231 55,410 70.1 54.4
2002 1,328 4,548 27,056 2.35 112,668 23,221 54,564 69.0 58.3
2003 1,292 4,472 26,122 2.30 113,085 23,933 54,977 69.8 61.1
2004 1,263 5,340 22,505 2.10 120,180 26,852 56,520 69.4 57.4
2005 1,284 5,464 22,390 1.96 124,602 28,827 56,441 68.4 60.2
2006 1,271 5,361 22,067 1.86 122,340 28,729 53,405 67.1 61.2
2007 1,314 5,318 21,235 1.84 118,598 27,832 51,297 66.7 59.7
2008 1,326 5,323 21,133 1.89 118,685 27,528 51,911 66.9 59.0
2009 1,379 5,492 22,258 1.82 111,290 26,425 48,091 67.0 54.9

2010 1,455 5,950 22,203 1.80 112,559 26,768 48,267 66.7 51.4
2011 1,786 5,761 21,744 2.12 94,475 22,042 46,630 72.7 43.7
2012 1,942 5,965 22,545 2.10 95,701 22,226 46,690 72.0 42.5
2013 2,029 5,924 22,167 2.26 88,430 19,592 44,350 72.3 37.8
2014 2,076 5,892 22,228 2.13 86,207 19,695 41,957 71.5 38.2
2015 2,130r 5,708r 20,091r 2.06 82,576r 19,534r 40,234r 72.4 39.2
2016 2,224r 5,625r 19,795r 1.99r 85,123r 20,405r 40,670r 71.8 41.5
2017 2,386 5,835 20,191 1.95 90,279 21,648 42,238 70.8 42.5

(1) (CHPQPO) basis from 1995 onwards


(2) Complete heat capacity data is only available from 2000 onwards following the introduction of CHPQA
(3) Heat to power ratios are calculated from the qualifying heat output (QHO) and the qualifying power output (QPO) (and
their equivalents in the years before the CHPQA scheme was used for CHP statistics).
(4) These are calculated using gross calorific values; overall net efficiencies are some 5 percentage points higher.
(5) (CHPQHO) basis from 1995 onwards

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