English, Article edition: Energy Demand by Private Households for Housing and Transport Angela Köppl; Michael Wüger

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  • Energy Demand by Private Households for Housing and Transport
Author
  • Angela Köppl
  • Michael Wüger
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  • Factors influencing expenditure by private households on energy are, chiefly, population density, home type (house or flat) and use. Households in relatively thinly settled regions spend 55 percent more on energy for their homes than do households in urban areas. Energy spending on transport depends on regional planning factors and is closely linked to car ownership: households in densely populated regions devote 14.2 percent of their consumption spending on transport, whereas the figure is 18.2 percent for those living in regions with a low population density.
  • Energienachfrage Privater Konsum Wohnen Verkehr
  • RePEc:wfo:monber:y:2007:i:11:p:875-891
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