This project will assess trends in household energy in relation to household structure, location, income, age and changes in energy prices. It will draw insights into energy usage patterns and which consumer groups are impacted by energy costs.
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RP3001: Resource Consumption and Household Affordability - The Changing Nature of Utility Costs and the Distributional Implications Among Australian Households
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Using data from ABS Household Expenditure Surveys (HES) for 1993-94 and 2003-04 and the Housing Energy Consumption Survey of 2012, this report examines the changing nature of household energy use (electricity, gas, and motor fuel) over the last two decades, and assesses the impact of these...
This report explores aspects of household energy consumption in Australia and the influences that have caused household energy usage to rise, seeking to better inform policy development processes to reduce energy consumption.
Research Snapshot A3 size poster from Participants Annual Forum 2014