Here’s how energy demand has changed during the UK's lockdown
Research has shown that whilst the supply of electricity remains mostly unchanged, during COVID-19, the demand for electricity reflecting what is often seen over a weekend, where it is lower than its weekday counterparts. Image: Unsplash/Matthew Henry
Grant WilsonLecturer - Energy Data Analytics Group, Chemical Engineering., University of Birmingham.
Noah GodfreyEnergy Data Analyst., University of Birmingham.
Shivangi SharmaERDF Knowledge Exchange Fellow., University of Birmingham.
Tom BassettSenior Engineer., University of Birmingham.
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