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CHP

7.1 CHP installations by capacity and size range


2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

1,379r

1,459r

1,791r

1,955r

2,014

<= 100 kWe

406

407

519

575

603

> 100 kWe to 1 MWe

706

765

960

1,053

1,071

Number of schemes (1,2)

>1 MWe to 2 MWe


> 2 MWe to 10 MWe
> 10 MWe +

72

83

98

105

112

129

138

149

154

159

66

66

65

68

69
MWe

Total capacity

5,492

5,950

5,969

6,175

26

26

33

37

39

> 100 kWe to 1 MWe

180

196

237

263

270

>1 MWe to 2 MWe

102

116

138

149

160

<= 100 kWe

> 2 MWe to 10 MWe


> 10 MWe +

6,170

634

669

694

723

736

4,550

4,943

4,867

5,004

4,965

(1) A site may contain more than one CHP scheme; the capacity categories have changed since publication
in the 2013 Digest.
(2) MicroCHP schemes installed under FIT are not included in these figures (or any subsequent figures in chapter 7).
At the end of 2013 477 such schemes were registered on Ofgems Central FIT Register totalling 0.49MWe

7.2 Fuel used to generate electricity and heat


in CHP installations
GWh
2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

1,545

1,484

1,616

1,738r

1,614

880

694

530

586r

205

42,853

43,244r

35,009r

36,495r

32,547

Renewable fuels (3)

2,843

3,418

3,638

3,966r

5,980

Other fuels (4)

9,520

9,674

6,086

5,329r

5,213

Total all fuels

57,641

58,513r

46,877r

48,115r

45,558

Coal (2)

2,134

2,061

2,685

2,776r

2,877

Fuel oil

1,265

887

682

789r

268

34,987

35,261

33,454r

33,954r

31,677

Fuel used to generate electricity (1)


Coal (2)
Fuel oil
Natural gas

Fuel used to generate heat

Natural gas

2,490r

3,114r

3,215

3,301r

4,135

Other fuels (4)

12,772

12,722

11,281

10,487r

11,541

Total all fuels

53,649

54,046

51,318r

51,306r

50,498

Coal (2)

3,679

3,544

4,301

4,514r

4,492

Fuel oil

2,146

1,581

1,212

1,375r

473

77,840

78,505

68,463r

70,449r

64,223

Renewable fuels (3)

Overall fuel use

Natural gas

5,334

6,532r

6,853r

7,268r

10,115

Other fuels (4)

22,291

22,396

17,367

15,816r

16,753

Total all fuels

111,290r

112,559r

98,195r

99,421r

96,056

Renewable fuels (3)

(1) See paragraphs 7.37 to 7.39 for an explanation of the method used to allocate fuel use between heat
generation and electricity generation.
(2) Includes coke.
(3) Renewable fuels include: Biomass; sewage gas; other biogases; municipal waste and refuse derived fuels.
(4) Other fuels include: process by-products, coke oven gas, blast furnace gas, gas oil and refinery gas.

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