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    Title: ICT產業發展對住宅部門能源消費的影響 : 台灣個案分析
    Other Titles: Effect of ICT industry development on the residential energy consumption : a case study in Taiwan
    Authors: 林迎穎;Lin, Ying-Ying
    Contributors: 淡江大學經濟學系碩士班
    Keywords: 能源消費;住宅部門;縱橫資料;ICT;energy consumption;residential sector;Panel Data
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 13:43:14 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文探究ICT對能源消費是否具有效率提升的效果而促使能源消費的下降。由於家庭生活乃經濟社會最基本的單元,家庭節約能源的成效攸關整個經濟社會節能減碳的成果,故本研究探討ICT對住宅部門能源消費的影響。
    This study investigates whether ICT can help to reduce the energy consumption by enhancing the energy efficiency. The impacts of ICT industry development on the energy consumption of residential sector is investigated since the household energy conservation is the key factor for the success of energy conservation and carbon cut in our social economic system.
    This paper applies the panel data analysis to examine the impact of ICT on energy consumption in residential sector in Taiwan during the period of January, 2002 to December, 2011. The results show that ICT and energy consumption in the residential sector have a positive relationship. This is because more energy use as living standards increase accompanying by the widely use of electrical appliances, not only increasing in number, species, and the use of time. The consumer price index estimated coefficient is negative, which means the consumer price index has negative relationship with the energy consumption. Oil, natural gas and electricity energy prices estimated coefficients are negative, which means people will consume less energy as energy prices increase.
    Income estimated coefficient is positive, which means energy consumption will increase due to the higher living standards brought by the higher income levels. Almost all the estimated coefficients of population growth rates, household population and residential building floor area are significantly positive, which means more residential energy demand will be generated as the number of energy consumption equipments enlarges with the increase of population rate, household population and residential building floor area.
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