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Residential end-use energy consumption

F. D. Sebold

Residential end-use energy consumption

a survey of conditional demand estimates

by F. D. Sebold

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Published by The Institute in Palo Alto, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Energy consumption -- United States,
  • Dwellings -- Energy consumption -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Regional Economic Research, Inc. ; principal investigators F.D. Sebold, K.M. Parris ; prepared for Electric Power Research Institute, Market Assessment Program, Customer Systems Division.
    SeriesEPRI -- CU-6487., EPRI report -- CU-6487.
    ContributionsParris, K. M., Regional Economic Research, Inc., Cambridge Systematics., Electric Power Research Institute. Market Assessment Program.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17636123M
    OCLC/WorldCa20921718

    Get this from a library! A Comparison of residential sector end-use energy demand in major OECD countries.. [United States. Office of Energy Markets and End Use. @article{osti_, title = {Residential end-use energy consumption: A survey of conditional demand estimates}, author = {Sebold, F.D. and Parris, K.M.}, abstractNote = {This report presents the results of a survey and analysis of recent estimates of residential end-use unit energy consumption (UEC) levels obtained through a statistical analysis procedure .

      This statistic displays the distribution of residential energy consumption in France in , by end-use. That year, two-thirds of the residential energy consumption were dedicated to space. Abstract. As energy consumption from residential buildings is predicted to rise by more than eight times by , it is of vital importance for India to develop energy-efficiency strategies focused on the residential sector to limit the current trend of unsustainable escalating energy .

    Energy consumption is a hot topic in contemporary times due to its effect on the environment and most people's desire to save money through minimizing the amount of electricity and gas that they use and pay for. This concept of energy conservation includes decreasing energy consumption along with switching to renewable forms of energy such as. The residential and commercial sector—homes and buildings— consumes percent of the energy used in the United States today. We use energy to heat and cool our homes and buildings, to light them, and to operate appliances and office machines. In the last 40 years, Americans have significantly reduced the amount of energy we use to.


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