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Summary of recent energy usage

Use (kWh) CO2 (kg) Cost (£) Potential savings % Change
Electricity Last week 9,180 1,630 £1,380 n/a -1.9%
Last year 442,000 67,300 £66,300 £36,700 +13%
Gas Last week 43,300 9,100 £1,300 n/a +16%
Last year 1,790,000 375,000 £53,600 £37,600 n/a
Electricity data: 1 Sep 2018 - 20 Nov 2022. Gas data: 13 Apr 2021 - 26 Nov 2022. More information

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Recent energy usage

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Energy saving opportunities

Cost saving
per year
Reduced emissions
per year
Delivery cost
 
 Set your heating to come on later in the morning 
£2,600 36,000 kg CO2
£350 Find out more
Reduce your annual gas use
£41,000 290,000 kg CO2
0p Find out more
Reduce your peak electricity consumption
£7,800 9,800 kg CO2
0p Find out more
 Reduce your annual electricity use
£37,000 46,000 kg CO2
0p Find out more
Reduce your out of hours gas use
£24,000 170,000 kg CO2
0p Find out more
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What's been going on?

2022
10 actions

Completed an activity: Make the switch

Fri 28th Oct 2022

Completed an activity: Fight food waste at home

Wed 26th Oct 2022

Completed an activity: Analyse your school energy use - when is your school occupied?

Wed 19th Oct 2022

Completed an activity: Analyse your school energy use - when pupils are at school

Wed 19th Oct 2022

Completed an activity: Analyse a school's solar data

Wed 19th Oct 2022

Completed an activity: Energy Council Meeting

Wed 19th Oct 2022

Completed an activity: Energy Council Meeting

Wed 12th Oct 2022

Completed an activity: Analyse community use of your school buildings

Wed 12th Oct 2022

Completed an activity: Make the switch

Thu 6th Oct 2022

Completed an activity: Make the switch

Thu 6th Oct 2022

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Energy Sparks supports Penyrheol Comprehensive in partnership with Egni Coop and Swansea Council