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Autoren: 
Schleich, Joachim
Klobasa, Marian
Brunner, Marc
Gölz, Sebastian
Götz, Konrad
Datum: 
2011
Reihe/Nr.: 
Working Paper Sustainability and Innovation S6/2011
Zusammenfassung: 
In this paper, we present the results from a field study on smart metering in Germany and Austria, focusing on the effects of providing feedback information on average electricity consumption. Econometric analyses are applied using a cross section of observations for more than 2000 households served by nine utilities. More than half of these households received feedback on their electric-ity consumption together with information about electricity saving measures (pi-lot group). The remaining households served as a control group. To evaluate the impact of feedback information, we econometrically estimated household electricity consumption. Explanatory variables include a wide range of socio-economic factors (income, education, age, household size, age composition, etc.) as well as the household appliance stock (large appliances, boiler, com-puters, TV, etc. ...). The results suggest that the feedback provided under the smart metering programme results in electricity savings of around 3.7%.
Schlagwörter: 
Smart metering
feedback
household electricity consumption
Dokumentart: 
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