Research on household electricity use
DECC have finally published all of the research which I conducted with Cambridge Architectural Research Ltd analysing the
Household Electricity Survey. This dataset includes monitored use of 5860 appliances in 250 households for one month to a year. The results include how much energy is wasted in standby mode, what our peak consumption consists of, how much energy appliances use compared to their rated energy consumption, how electricity use varies between ages, socio-economic groups, working status and many other interesting much more.
Also there is an article in Buildings magazine based on some of our analysis of this data: What Can We Learn from the Household Electricity Survey.
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