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Table 6 Household profiles of interview participants

From: Towards a smart and sustainable residential energy culture: assessing participant feedback from a long-term smart grid pilot project

Household Number of children (0–17 years) Number of adults (18–64 years) Total residents Year house built Type of house Approximate house size (ft2) Household income (before taxes) Highest education in household
1 0 3 3 1970–1979 Detached two or more storey 1500–1999 $150,000+ Bachelor’s degree
2 1 2 3 2000–2006 Detached two or more storey 3000–3499 $150,000+ University certificate or diploma below bachelor level
3 2 2 4 2007–2010 Detached two or more storey 2500–2999 $150,000 and over Master’s degree
4 2 3 5 2000–2006 Detached two or more storey 1500–1999 $60,000–$69,999 Bachelor’s degree
5 2 2 4 2000–2006 Detached two or more storey 2500–2999 $125,000–$149,999 Bachelor’s degree
6 2 2 4 2000–2006 Detached two or more storey 2000–2499 $150,000+ Degree in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, or optometry
7 1 2 3 2007–2010 Detached two or more storey 2500–2999 $90,000–$99,999 Bachelor’s degree
8 3 2 5 2000–2006 Detached one storey 1500–1999 $90,000 - $99,999 University certificate or diploma below bachelor level
9 3 5 8 2007–2010 Detached two or more storey 2500–2999 $150,000+ Bachelor’s degree
10 2 2 4 2000–2006 Row housing (attached on both sides) 1000–1499 $90,000–$99,999 Non-university certificate or diploma
11 4 2 6 2000–2006 Semi-detached two or more storey 2000–2499 $80,000–$89,999 Bachelor’s degree
12 2 2 4 2000–2006 Semi-detached two or more storey 1500–1999 $90,000–$99,999 Bachelor’s degree
13 1 2 3 2007–2010 Detached two or more storey 2500–2999 $150,000 and over Bachelor’s degree
14 2 2 4 1970–1979 Detached two or more storey 1500–1999 $125,000–$149,999 Bachelor’s degree
15 0 2 2 1970–1979 Detached two or more storey 2000–2499 $150,000 and over Bachelor’s degree