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Modelling energy demand and household welfare using micro-data

Paul Baker

Modelling energy demand and household welfare using micro-data

by Paul Baker

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Published by Department of Economics, Queen Mary College in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPaul Baker, John Micklewright, Richard Blundell.
SeriesPaper / Queen Mary College. Department of Economics -- no.161
ContributionsMicklewright, J., Blundell, Richard.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13876236M

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  In this paper, we examine the value of investing in energy-efficient household appliances from both an energy system and end-user perspectives. We consider a set of appliance categories constituting the majority of the electricity consumption in the private household sector, and focus on the stock of products which need to be replaced. First, we look at the energy Cited by: 8. The measurement of household welfare: Measuring the price responsiveness of gasoline demand: Economic shape restrictions and nonparametric demand estimation: The Mirrlees Review: Conclusions and Recommendations for Reform* Model Reliability: Modelling energy demand and household welfare using micro-data: Nonparametric engel curves and revealed.

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Modelling energy demand and household welfare using micro-data by Paul Baker Download PDF EPUB FB2

The paper is concerned with the empirical modelling of domestic demand for energy in the United Kingdom at the level of the individual household (most previous British work has used aggregate time-series data).

The paper develops a two-stage budgeting model of the household's demand for energy conditional on its ownership of by: 5. Micklewright & P. Baker & R. Blundell, "Modelling Energy Demand & Household Welfare Using Micro-Data," Working PapersQueen Mary University of London, School of Economics and : RePEc:qmw:qmwecwCited by: 5.

whereðqis a vector of household characteristics (e. g., household size and square footage) that influence household demand. Demand for each energy service E j is met through utilization of a household energy production technology i (an appliance) with energy efficiency ðjij using fuel l as an input.

Modelling household energy demand Household demand for fuel is a joint demand for a stock of appliances and the energy to power them. In the short run the former is fixed and the demand for energy can be seen as a choice of the rate of use of the household's available appliances, but in the long run the appliance stock may be by: Household energy demand and technology choice modeling.

Conditional demand analysis (CDA) is a common approach for short-run household energy demand estimation that disaggregatestotal household energy consumption into appliance -specific estimates of demand functions based on explanatory variables such as energy price and household. Using a unique household-level dataset from California, the model is applied to estimate short-run household demand for electricity and natural.

The proposed energy demand model is based on a probabilistic approach and takes into consideration the contributions of a wide range of common household appliances.

The data generation process uses 15 min sampling time intervals and can be carried out for a single household or for an entire by: Load duration curve of the demand in individual households over a year (dataset 89 households) and over 23 days (dataset 16 households).

The overall shape and area under the measured and modelled curves for 1-h averages are a good match for both the group aggregated demand and the individual household by: The reform, aimed at encouraging energy efficiency and private investment, sparked considerable policy debate about its potential impact on household welfare.

This paper estimates a short-run residential electricity demand function to evaluate the distributional impact of the tariff by: 5. However, they did not model demand for household appliances or consider the implications for forecasts, and did not consider the other provinces.

Cao et al. () estimated an energy demand system using data from all nine provinces and focused on demand choices among fuels. They similarly did not model the demand for household appliances or generate Cited by: [SEPT.

I] MODELLING ENERGY DEMAND 72I refrigeration, etc. To obtain these requires two things: a durable appliance to produce the service and a fuel to power the appliance.

Demand for energy is thus a joint demand for an appliance stock and for its rate of use.3 Changes in fuel prices should affect both the rate of use of an appliance and the decision.

Empirical studies on residential electricity consumption have received considerable attention in both developed and developing countries. Table 1 summarizes several previous studies on residential electricity demand that mainly focus on the estimates of income and price elasticities.

Most of these studies use aggregated time series data, and only a few micro studies use the available household Cited by: used for DHW of a three per family [9], which was adapted to the modelling of building energy demand by timing the occupancy affection index.

For each Corby home, it was assumed to be 2 occupants dwelling, hence, the energy demand for DHW was kWh/day. Internal heat gains, as the hourly time-step inputs, have significant effects on Size: KB. The response function for the primal problem is demand for good.

i: x. i * = D. i (p, y) The “mirror image” of household demand. Again the role of. is crucial. April The offer curve. x This path is the. offer curve. Amount of good 1 that household supplies to the market.

April supply of good 1. Energy demand model design for forecasting electricity consumption and simulating demand response scenarios in Sweden. Conference Paper (PDF Available) July with Reads How we measure. An established way of modelling energy demand and the adoption of energy efficient technologies by households is the use of accounting models [4,26, 27].

Accounting based models usually focus on. Physical modelling of an individual appliance model is out of the scope of this work, so we have used a data driven approach to design the loads for our energy demand model.

In. – HOUSEHOLD BEHAVIOUR AND THE ENVIRONMENT. In response to the increasing environmental impacts of consumption, governments introduce policies to affect households’ patterns of consumption and influence their decisions (OECD, b).

Some recent national initiatives include: the phasing out of incandescent bulbs (e.g. Salari and Javid () use US household data 12 to model household energy expenditure in the US. They find that if household size doubles, electricity expenditure of a household increases.

Inter-fuel substitution in the household sector depends on whether their target energy use is similar or not. To account for the effect of end-use application on energy demand, the concept of useful energy is utilized in which energy carriers are grouped according to their end-use applications.

Useful energy is assumed as a commodity demanded to satisfy by: 2. Development and maintenance of more detailed energy databases, further development of models to better reflect developing country context, and institutionalizing the modeling capacity in developing countries are the key requirements for energy demand modeling to deliver richer and more reliable input to policy formulation in developing countries.Modeling the Income Dependence of Household Energy Consumption and its Implications for Climate Policy in China based on Chinese household microdata and show in general equilibrium simulations that they imply substantially lower energy demand and CO2 emissions, relative to projections based on standard assumptions of unitary income.Keywords: households’ energy use, price, income, population density elasticity, micro data.

1 Introduction To build sustainable cities, it is essential to understand the energy use behaviour of households. In Japan, in contrast to the industrial sector, CO2 emissions from households have increased by about 15% between and In terms of.