Historical daily gas and electrical energy flows through Great Britain’s transmission networks and the decarbonisation of domestic heat

@inproceedings{Wilson2013HistoricalDG,
  title={Historical daily gas and electrical energy flows through Great Britain’s transmission networks and the decarbonisation of domestic heat},
  author={I. A. Grant Wilson and Anthony J R Rennie and Yulong Ding and Philip C. Eames and Peter J. Hall and N Kelly},
  year={2013}
}
Publically available data is presented comparing recent historical daily energy flows through Great Britain’s electrical and gas transmission networks with a focus on domestic heat and hot water. When this data is expressed graphically it illustrates important differences in the characteristics of the gas and electricity demand; these include the quantity of energy delivered through the networks on a daily basis, the scale of variability in the gas demand over multiple timescales (seasonal… CONTINUE READING

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