Renewables statistics

Renewable energy statistics collection covering the Digest of United Kingdom (DUKES), Energy Trends and regional data.

These documents include:

  • performance statistics on all relevant renewable energy sources in the UK, which are used to compile data in the Digest of United Kingdom (DUKES) energy statistics
  • data which tracks the progress of renewable projects from inception, through planning, construction, and operational phases

For renewable energy planning data, visit the Renewable Energy Planning Data collection page.

DUKES (annual data)

  1. Energy Trends: UK renewables

Energy Trends: articles

  1. Energy Trends: September 2019, special feature article - Renewable electricity in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the regions of England in 2018
  2. Energy Trends: September 2019, special feature article - Aggregated energy balances showing proportion of renewables in supply and demand
  3. Energy Trends: June 2018, special feature article - Renewable energy in 2017
  4. Energy Trends: March 2018, special feature article - The contribution of reversible air to air heat pumps towards the Renewable Energy Directive
  5. Energy Trends: March 2016, special feature article - Summary results of the domestic wood use survey
  6. Energy Trends: September 2015, special feature article - UK and EU trade of wood pellets

Regional statistics

  1. Regional Renewable Statistics


Published 26 September 2013
Last updated 26 September 2019 + show all updates
  1. Energy Trends September 2019 articles added.
  2. Energy Trends September 2016 article added.
  3. Energy Trends June 2016 article added.
  4. Energy Trends September 2015 articles added.
  5. Energy Trends June 2015 article, Renewable energy in 2014 added.
  6. Regional renewable statistics for 2003-2013 has been added to the collection page.
  7. New documents added to the collection.
  8. Tables DUKES 6.7 has been revised since first publication in July 2013, in order to be consistent with the UK's submissions to EU on progress under the RED which included some data and methodology revisions.
  9. First published.