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Title: Comparing 1st & 2nd lockdown using electricity consumption in France
Title: Comparing 1st and 2nd lockdown using electricity consumption in France
date: 2020-12-8
Category: Data
Tags: DBnomics, database, R
Slug: electricity-conso-france
Authors: Thomas Brand
Summary: By using high-frequency data on electricity consumption in france, the impact of the second lockdown seems to have been less severe, especially for large companies.
Summary: By using high-frequency data on electricity consumption in France, the impact of the second lockdown seems to have been less severe, especially for large companies.
Download: https://git.nomics.world/macro/macro.nomics.world/-/tree/master/content/elec_conso_france
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## Useful links :
- Retrieve all the data on DBnomics : https://db.nomics.world/ENEDIS/
- Retrieve all the data on <a href="https://db.nomics.world/ENEDIS/" target="_blank">DBnomics</a>
- Reproduce and update the presentation with the code : https://git.nomics.world/macro/macro.nomics.world/-/tree/master/content/elec_conso_france
- Reproduce and update the presentation with the code <a href="https://git.nomics.world/macro/macro.nomics.world/-/tree/master/content/elec_conso_france" target="_blank">here</a>
- High frequency data are available on DBnomics thanks to a partnership between Banque de France, Cepremap and OECD
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