To understand the energy use of Bartica in domestic and small commercial sector by inspecting a representative sample.
To identify the areas where energy is being wasted in this sample through equipment and systems and also identify the energy saving opportunities.
Provide recommendations with regards to reducing the energy consumption.
Presenter: Tro Thomas, PH.D.
Data and Method
Population — 2219 households (8004 individuals)
Survey target – 328 households (max. error of 5% with 95% confidence)
Sample size – 339 households (98.5% response rate, some oversampling)
Survey Period — July 16 – 27, 2018
Number of Interviewers – 13.
Questionnaire – Developed by TCG, reviewed by stakeholders.
Survey Mode – CAPI (used the KoBoToolbox platform)
Presentations on general data findings and energy consumption & potential savings were delivered by Troy Thomas and Ana Fuentes respectively.
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