Every three months, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) release a fresh batch of statistics covering every aspect of the UK's energy system.
And I mean every aspect.
Need to know how much blast furnace gas we used in April 2010? Wondering how breeze coke imports are doing? DECC has got you covered!
But for the last couple of years, there's been good news buried in the endless tables: clean energy is on a roll. In the third quarter of last year, renewables accounted for nearly 12% of our electricity, up from 9% in 2011.
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In a year of record-breaking extreme weather, it's never been clearer that we need to step things up in a big way.
But when it's time to do more, it's also worth reminding ourselves what we're capable of.
So to celebrate another remarkable year, we've put together a big roundup of the best things we did together in the last 12 months. As always, it makes for pretty inspiring reading!
Grab some scissors and scrap paper, steal the ribbon off your sister's box of chocolates, switch off all those screens and get creative with our DIY Christmas decorations...
Got everything sorted for Christmas yet? Nope, me neither!
Luckily for both of us, the perfect present is just a couple of clicks away.
You've probably seen our 30 Solar Schools raising money to put clean energy in their classrooms – maybe you even chipped in a bit yourself.
Well, now you can make someone's Christmas by sponsoring a section of a school solar roof on their behalf! Click here to get started, or read on to learn more...
After months of speculation, public campaigning, behind-the-scenes wrangling and what threatened to become an all-out war at the top of government, we've finally got an answer.
The forthcoming Energy Bill, designed to revamp and clean up our ageing electricity grid, won't include a firm target for carbon-free electricity when it’s finally published next week.
Does that mean game over for decarbonisation? Nope, and in a minute I'll tell you why. But first, a bit of background for the uninitiated.
Hard to believe it's been a year since our Pitch Pledge Party crowdfunding event, but the three carbon-cutting projects that pitched for money that night haven't wasted a moment.