Every-day Life and Energy Use - Self-reported Household Energy Behaviour in Malmö, Sweden

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Every-day Life and Energy Use - Self-reported Household Energy Behaviour in Malmö, Sweden. / Liuke, Laura; Pedersen, Eja; Johansson, Erik; Blomsterberg, Åke.

2017. Artikel presenterad vid European Network for Housing Research, Tirana, Albanien.

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Liuke, L, Pedersen, E, Johansson, E & Blomsterberg, Å 2017, 'Every-day Life and Energy Use - Self-reported Household Energy Behaviour in Malmö, Sweden', Artikel presenterad vid European Network for Housing Research, Tirana, Albanien, 2017/09/04 - 2017/09/06.

APA

Liuke, L., Pedersen, E., Johansson, E., & Blomsterberg, Å. (2017). Every-day Life and Energy Use - Self-reported Household Energy Behaviour in Malmö, Sweden. Artikel presenterad vid European Network for Housing Research, Tirana, Albanien.

CBE

Liuke L, Pedersen E, Johansson E, Blomsterberg Å. 2017. Every-day Life and Energy Use - Self-reported Household Energy Behaviour in Malmö, Sweden. Artikel presenterad vid European Network for Housing Research, Tirana, Albanien.

MLA

Liuke, Laura et al. Every-day Life and Energy Use - Self-reported Household Energy Behaviour in Malmö, Sweden. European Network for Housing Research, 04 sep 2017, Tirana, Albanien, Konferenspaper, ej i proceeding/ej förlagsutgivet, 2017.

Vancouver

Liuke L, Pedersen E, Johansson E, Blomsterberg Å. Every-day Life and Energy Use - Self-reported Household Energy Behaviour in Malmö, Sweden. 2017. Artikel presenterad vid European Network for Housing Research, Tirana, Albanien.

Author

Liuke, Laura ; Pedersen, Eja ; Johansson, Erik ; Blomsterberg, Åke. / Every-day Life and Energy Use - Self-reported Household Energy Behaviour in Malmö, Sweden. Artikel presenterad vid European Network for Housing Research, Tirana, Albanien.

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TY - CONF

T1 - Every-day Life and Energy Use - Self-reported Household Energy Behaviour in Malmö, Sweden

AU - Liuke, Laura

AU - Pedersen, Eja

AU - Johansson, Erik

AU - Blomsterberg, Åke

PY - 2017

Y1 - 2017

N2 - Development in building envelopes and energy efficient systems has an impact in reducing energy use, but the everyday life of the households significantly influences the total performance of the housing sector that in Sweden constitutes 25% of the total energy use. This paper presents and discusses some results of a study investigating the relationship between every-day life and energy use among the socio-culturally diverse tenant population in Malmö. The method consists of interviews and questionnaires conducted within a group of respondents learning Swedish. The energy behaviour is assessed based on the interview and questionnaire responses and the household energy use is quantified based on this assessed behaviour and available values of the energy efficiency of appliances focusing on electricity use. The results show a variation in energy use among the respondents that principally seems to be derived from the current life-style while being primarily influenced by individual preferences.

AB - Development in building envelopes and energy efficient systems has an impact in reducing energy use, but the everyday life of the households significantly influences the total performance of the housing sector that in Sweden constitutes 25% of the total energy use. This paper presents and discusses some results of a study investigating the relationship between every-day life and energy use among the socio-culturally diverse tenant population in Malmö. The method consists of interviews and questionnaires conducted within a group of respondents learning Swedish. The energy behaviour is assessed based on the interview and questionnaire responses and the household energy use is quantified based on this assessed behaviour and available values of the energy efficiency of appliances focusing on electricity use. The results show a variation in energy use among the respondents that principally seems to be derived from the current life-style while being primarily influenced by individual preferences.

KW - Energy use

KW - Everyday Life

M3 - Paper, not in proceeding

T2 - European Network for Housing Research

Y2 - 4 September 2017 through 6 September 2017

ER -