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Research Article

Determinants of Electricity Consumption Intensity in China: Analysis of Cities at Subprovince and Prefecture Levels in 2009

Table 1

Selected categorical indicators determined electricity consumption in the literature.

ReferenceRegionsContentsPeriodRelated variablesCategorical indicator

Larivière and Lafrance [23]Canadian citiesElectricity consumption1991Urban densityUrban morphology
Annual degree-days below 18°CNatural condition
Halicioglu [29]TurkeyResidential electricity consumption1968–2005Real residential electricity pricePrice
Urbanization rateUrbanization
Bessec and Fouquau [34]15 European countriesElectricity consumption1985–2000TemperatureNatural condition
Lai et al. [35]MacaoElectricity consumption2000–2006Monthly mean temperatureNatural condition
Permana et al. [24]Bandung city, IndonesiaHousehold consumption of electricity and liquefied petroleum gas2007Urban development formsUrban morphology
Ziramba [32]South AfricaPer capita residential electricity consumption1978–2005Real residential electricity pricePrice
Liu [30]ChinaEnergy (including electricity) consumption2009Urbanization levelUrbanization
Aasen et al. [26]NorwayElectricity consumption of enterpriseElectricity disclosure schemeRegulation context
Bianco et al. [33]RomaniaNonresidential electricity consumption1975–2008Electricity pricePrice
Burke [36]133 countriesElectricity ladder1960–2003Resource reservesResource endowment
Wiesmann et al. [31]PortugalResidential electricity consumption2001Heating/cooling degree-days
Urbanization level
Natural condition
Urbanization
Chen [27]ChinaEnergy (mainly electricity) conservation2004–2011Differential electricity pricing policyRegulation context
Wang et al. [25]ChinaChange in industrial electricity consumption1998–2007Change in industrial structureIndustrial structure

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