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Where did the u-values in the heat sector (IX.a) come from

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Title: Where did the u-values in the heat sector (IX.a) come from?

Content: Typical U-values for various measures, for example, cavity wall insulation (by M2) are combined with the proportion of properties by age that have that have these measure (using data from the CLG EHCS).  These are then combined with information about the housing stock, e.g. wall area, to produce average heat loss estimates.



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Title: Where did the u-values in the heat sector (IX.a) come from

Content: Typical U-values for various measures, for example, cavity wall insulation (by M2) are combined with the proportion of properties by age that have that have these measure (using data from the CLG EHCS).  These are then combined with information about the housing stock, e.g. wall area, to produce average heat loss estimates.



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