Lighting use in Serbian low-rise houses

1. Jasna Radulovic, Fakultet inženjerskih nauka Univerziteta u Kragujevcu, Serbia
2. Milorad Bojic, Faculty of Engineering University of Kragujevac, Serbia
3. Dragan Adamović, Faculty of Engineering University of Kragujevac, Serbia

Since the global environmental crisis, energy concerns have increased in priority, and it is important to understand house residents’ position on energy use in different countries. This paper presents results of the 2011 public survey in Serbia in city of Kragujevac. The survey examines the lighting use in Serbian low rise-houses. Related to this use, the survey examines the occupancy patterns in the houses. The survey gives the distribution of lighting throughout the house according to types of light bulbs. The survey informs us on the power of applied units. In addition, we discuss how their use depends on the location of the house, the age of the house, the income of the residents inside the house. Furthermore, we assess the electricity bills to determine the operation price for use of these devices.

Ključne reči: Public opinion survey; Energy saving; Public action; Lighting

Tematska oblast: Termotehnika i energetika

Datum: 15.02.2013.

Br. otvaranja: 233

DEMI 2013

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