Contribution of nuclear power to the energy mix in Great Britain (GB) from the 1st quarter of 2012 to the 4th quarter of 2017 (in terawatt-hours)

contribution of nuclear power to the energy mix in Great Britain (GB) 2012-2017 This statistic shows the contribution of nuclear power to the energy mix in Great Britain (GB) from the first quarter of 2012 to the fourth quarter of 2017, in terawatt hours. It shows that electricity generation from nuclear power dropped to its lowest levels during this period in the fourth quarter of 2014. Throughout this period generation has fluctuated.
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Electricity generation in terawatt hours
Q1 2012 15.62
Q2 2012 16.83
Q3 2012 16.38
Q4 2012 15.12
Q1 2013 16.61
Q2 2013 14.05
Q3 2013 16.97
Q4 2013 16.5
Q1 2014 15.01
Q2 2014 15.9
Q3 2014 14.22
Q4 2014 12.77
Q1 2015 16.51
Q2 2015 15.37
Q3 2015 15.04
Q4 2015 16.98
Q1 201615.75
Q2 201615.13
Q3 201617.13
Q4 201617.14
Q1 201716.03
Q2 201716.2
Q3 201716.51
Q4 201715.16
Electricity generation in terawatt hours
Q1 2012 15.62
Q2 2012 16.83
Q3 2012 16.38
Q4 2012 15.12
Q1 2013 16.61
Q2 2013 14.05
Q3 2013 16.97
Q4 2013 16.5
Q1 2014 15.01
Q2 2014 15.9
Q3 2014 14.22
Q4 2014 12.77
Q1 2015 16.51
Q2 2015 15.37
Q3 2015 15.04
Q4 2015 16.98
Q1 201615.75
Q2 201615.13
Q3 201617.13
Q4 201617.14
Q1 201716.03
Q2 201716.2
Q3 201716.51
Q4 201715.16
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This statistic shows the contribution of nuclear power to the energy mix in Great Britain (GB) from the first quarter of 2012 to the fourth quarter of 2017, in terawatt hours. It shows that electricity generation from nuclear power dropped to its lowest levels during this period in the fourth quarter of 2014. Throughout this period generation has fluctuated.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
Great Britain
Survey time period
Q1 2012 to Q4 2017
Supplementary notes
Positive values represent supplies to the GB system. This includes electricity produced by GB power stations and imports via interconnectors. Negative values represent supplies from the GB system (excluding end consumer demand). This includes power demanded by GB power stations and exports via interconnectors.

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