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Overview

The goal of this project is to develop next-generation models, data sources, policy and technology analyses to provide an improved understanding of residential demand for natural gas, both directly consumed and through electricity demands.  The results are intended to improve energy policies and energy efficiency programs, to accelerate the reduction of California greenhouse gas emissions, and to help develop improved modes of decision support for policies.

Papers & Reports

  • Ingle, A., M. Moezzi, L. Lutzenhiser, R. Diamond. How Well Do Home Energy Audits Serve the Homeowner? 2012 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. [PDF link - 250KB
  • Lutzenhiser, L., H. Hu, M. Moezzi, A. Levenda, J. Woods. (2012). Lifestyles, Buildings and Technologies: What Matters Most? 2012 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. [PDF link - 324KB]  
  • Lutzenhiser, L., M. Moezzi, D. Hungerford, R. Friedmann. (2010). Sticky Points in Modeling Household Energy Consumption. 2010 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. [PDF link - 98KB
  • Moezzi, M. & L. Lutzenhiser. (2010). What's Missing in Theories of the Residential Energy User. 2010 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. [PDF link - 254KB

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Contact Us

For more information on this project, please contact AREBA@pdx.edu

 

[keywords: residential demand, energy behavior, building simulation, energy modeling, household energy use]