Software, E-Resource Dataset from Residential Energy Consuption Survey : 2009 2009 RECS Survey Dataset
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- Dataset from Residential Energy Consuption Survey : 2009
- 2009 RECS Survey Dataset
- United States. Energy Information Administration. Office of the Consumption Data System
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- Washington, DC : U.S. Energy Information Administration, 
- V. 1. Housing Characteristics. --Fuels used & end uses. --Structural and geographic characteristics. --Appliances. --Televisions. --Computers & other electronics. --Space heating. --Air conditioning. --Water heating. --Household demographics. --Square footage (housing unit size). --Special tabulations: wood characteristics and consumption. --V.2. Consumption & expenditures. --Summary statistics. --by Fuel (includes BTU and physical unit tabs). --by End uses. --by End uses by fuel (includes BTU and physical unit tabs). --Special Tabulations: wood characteristics and consumption. --V.3. Public Use Microdata file --V.4. Methodology.
- - Energy consumption--United States--Statistics--Periodicals
- - Dwellings--Energy consumption--United States--Statistics--Periodicals
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- - "This 2009 version represents the 13th iteration of the RECS program. First conducted in 1978, the Residential Energy Consumption Survey is a national sample survey that collects energy-related data for housing units occupied as a primary residence and the households that live in them. Data were collected from 12,083 households selected at random using a complex multistage, area-probability sample design. The sample represents 113.6 million U.S. households, the Census Bureau's statistical estimate for all occupied housing units in 2009 derived from their American Community Survey (ACS)."--2009 RECS Survey Website
- - Archived by the Library of Congress May 2020
- - Description based on website home page (viewed September 10, 2021). Title divised by the cataloger.
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United States Energy Information Administration. Office Of The Consumption Data System. Dataset from Residential Energy Consuption Survey. [Washington, DC: U.S. Energy Information Administration, 2014] Software, E-Resource. https://www.loc.gov/item/2020445582/.
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United States Energy Information Administration. Office Of The Consumption Data System. (2014) Dataset from Residential Energy Consuption Survey. [Washington, DC: U.S. Energy Information Administration] [Software, E-Resource] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2020445582/.
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United States Energy Information Administration. Office Of The Consumption Data System. Dataset from Residential Energy Consuption Survey. [Washington, DC: U.S. Energy Information Administration, 2014] Software, E-Resource. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2020445582/>.