What Can We Learn from the Household Electricity Survey ?

@inproceedings{GodoyShimizu2014WhatCW,
  title={What Can We Learn from the Household Electricity Survey ?},
  author={Daniel Godoy-Shimizu and Jason Palmer and Nicola Terry},
  year={2014}
}
The reasons for high carbon emissions from domestic buildings are complex, and have both social and technical dimensions. At the same time, it is costly and very time-consuming to gather reliable data on energy use in the home. The authors had early access to data from the Household Electricity Survey—the most detailed survey of electricity consumption in UK homes ever undertaken—which monitored 250 homes. The data enabled the authors to investigate a series of socio-technical questions drawn… CONTINUE READING

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