Domestic Electricity: Actual vs Target

Baseline 2018 data is being collected from those in the parish willing to participate in this effort to tackle the climate emergency. Average electricity usage is then projected across the total number of houses in the parish to obtain a best estimate of total emissions in 2018. As people add their data, the target numbers will change, until we have obtained data from everyone intending to join this effort.

Electricity purchased on green tariffs is considered zero carbon for this exercise.

The parish target is net zero by 2030, and annual reductions have been automatically calculated in 12 equal steps to take us to zero in 2030.

NB At the moment, this graph is only based on a small number of households. Once more people submit their data, the statistical calculation of the parish total will become more accurate.

The data in this graph is from submissions by parishioners, scaled up to estimate for the whole parish using total number of houses

In January 2020, we will ask people to enter their 2019 data, and we’ll repeat this each year. Actual data will accumulate on this graph, giving us a sense of whether the parish is on track for zero carbon.

Graphs and data on this page will update automatically 5 or 10 mins after you enter your data.

Household Averages

Data behind the Charts

The following table shows the data used to generate the above charts. No individual data will be shown. This project is about reducing the carbon emissions of the whole parish.

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