- Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
- Part of:
- Domestic energy price statistics, Energy price statistics, and Energy and climate change: evidence and analysis
- 17 May 2012
- Last updated:
- 28 September 2017, see all updates
Document showing the data sources and methodologies used to produce domestic energy price statistics.
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Domestic price statistics provide important information for monitoring the energy market. They are used to measure the rises and falls in gas and electricity prices and the effect this has on domestic energy bills, including effects on prices from any changes to competition within the market.
Published: 17 May 2012
Updated: 28 September 2017
- Updated along with publication of September QEP
- Updated methodology note published.
- New version of methodology guidance published
- Updated methodology note
- Updated Domestic Energy Prices methodology note
- Document updated.
- Latest methodology published.
- First published.