Ranking
Rank Department Percentage (Reduction) / Increase
1 Department for Work and Pensions -22.2%
2 Department for Business Information & Skill -9.4%
3 Home Office -8.9%
4 Foreign and Commonwealth Office -6.6%
4 Department of Energy and Climate Change -6.6%
6 HM Treasury -4.2%
7 Department for Transport -2.8%
8 Ministry of Justice -2.3%
9 Ministry of Defence -0.5%
10 HM Revenue and Customs +1.8%
11 Cabinet Office +2.0%
12 Department for Education +2.1%
13 Number 10,11,12 +3.0%
14 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs +3.1%
15 Department for International Development +4.4%
16 Communities and Local Government +5.2%
17 Department for Culture, Media and Sport +8.7%
18 Department of Health +13.7%

In October there was an energy efficiency competition for the 18 government department headquarter buildings. The competition ran from 1 October and lasted for one month. Department for Work and Pensions has reported the largest reduction in average daily energy consumption between September and October with a 22% reduction. BIS, Home Office, FCO and DECC also made reductions over the month of between 6.6% and 9.4%.

In May 2010 the Prime Minister pledged that the Government would reduce emissions on its estate by 10%. The feeds where updated every 24 hours by departments and we reflected that here in real-time.