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Tonooka, Y., Liu, J.P., Kondou, Y., Ning, Y.D. and Fukasawa, O. (2006) A Survey on Energy Consumption in Rural Households in the Fringes of Xian City. Energy and Buildings, 38, 1335-1342.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enbuild.2006.04.011

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  • TITLE: Research on Energy Consumption of Traditional Natural Villages in Transition: A Case Study in Zhejiang Province

    AUTHORS: Meiyan Wang, Shenglan Huang, Xinxin Lin, Didit Novianto, Liyang Fan, Weijun Gao, Zu Wang

    KEYWORDS: Natural Village, Rural Building, Energy Resource, Energy Consumption Structure, Influential Factor

    JOURNAL NAME: Energy and Power Engineering, Vol.8 No.1, January 29, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Traditional agriculture is in the direction of increasing integration of the primary industry, secondary industry, and tertiary industry in Zhejiang province. A survey was undertaken on energy consumption of traditional natural villages by taking Anji Ligeng village for an example. This paper firstly studied rural buildings, rural family structure, occupants’ activity and the usage of household appliances in the form of a questionnaire. Then, the household energy resource structure and energy consumption structure were analyzed and compared with other surveys. The results show that, the electric energy consumption was 6 kWh/(m2•a), which was far less than urban residential household. In rural household energy resource structure, the proportion of non-commercial energy resource was higher than commercial energy resource. Firewood accounted for 83%, electricity for 12%, LPG for 3% and solar energy for 2%. In building energy consumption structure, cooking and hot water took up 33%, appliances 31%, lighting 20%, heating 12%, cooling 4%. In all influential factors, frequently used area, number of air conditioner per household and building function were obviously correlated with energy consumption; income, building shape factor and window to wall area ratio had no correlation with energy consumption in the low energy consumption area.