574AESP NW October Monthly Happy Hour This Wednesday
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"Residential Energy Consumption Variation Research"
Phillip Kelsven, Program Analyst, ConservationServices Group
Wednesday, October 19th@ 5:30 to 7:00 PM
Meet us at TheGuild Public House, 1101 East Burnside
Have a Signature FoE Drink &Enjoy Happy Hour until 7pm, just for us! $3 draft beers & well drinks
Appetizers served at 5:30 sharp by your favorite local energy folks
Phillip Kelsven will present his latest research entitled "Energy Consumption Variability Among Homogeneous Housing Stocks and How it Relates to Socioeconomic Indicators and Energy Efficiency Program Participation Rates"
House holds consume energy in many different ways for many different purposes. The behavior patterns in which American households use energy causes wide variations in total residential energy consumption per home. Data suggests that total energy consumption in similarly sized homes in the same neighborhood in a typical American city can vary by factors of 8 or more. What accounts for such wide variations in energy consumption in fairly homogeneous households?_________________________________________________________________
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