Methodology to Evaluate the Residential Electrical Stock Appliances According to Socioeconomic Status
Jhon J. Pérez,
Efraín Bernal and
Juan S. Giraldo
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Jhon J. Pérez: Department of Electrical Engineering, La Salle University, Colombia,
Efraín Bernal: Department of Automation, La Salle University, Colombia,
Juan S. Giraldo: Department of Automation, La Salle University, Colombia,
International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 2019, vol. 9, issue 3, 114-120
This paper attempts an understanding of the use of stock electrical appliances in the city of Bogot´a D.C. We developed a methodology based on Colombia’s National Quality of Life (NQL) 2016, the methodology uses a questionnaire survey focused on information related to: type of residential building, appliances stock, socioeconomic status and income, among others. The proposed study explains the relationship between appliance stock and socioeconomic status, income, and type of household by using an econometric energy model. The results obtained have a potential application in energy planning strategies and policies, especially for lowest social status.
Keywords: Electrical stock appliances; socioeconomic status; econometric energy model. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C50 D12 Q40 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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