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|Digital energy futures: future home life||8.88 MB|
This report summarises the research findings from the second stage of the Digital Energy Futures project, based on qualitative research with 72 households across Ausgrid and AusNet Services distribution networks located in New South Wales and Victoria.
The research was mainly conducted using digital ethnographic methods. Participants were recruited through a survey sent to Ausgrid and AusNet Services residential customers. Households from seven different consumer groups were included, based on their survey responses and further information gathered throughout the ethnographic research.
The findings were analysed to understand emerging trends in digital energy futures across seven domains of everyday practice, where the majority of energy demand and peak electricity demand takes place, and/or where significant changes are emerging.
Each practice domain discussed in the full report provides the following sections: