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2001 Residential Energy Consumption Survey Form EIA-457A (2001)--Household Questionnaire

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U.S. Department of Energy

Energy Information Administration

2001 Residential Energy Consumption Survey Household Questionnaire Final and Fielded Version Do Not Use Any Other Version that Does Not Include this Notice

INTRODUCTION TO INTERVIEW Hello, I am __________________________ from Roper Starch Worldwide Inc., a social science research firm. We are conducting a study for the U.S. Department of Energy about energy consumption in homes. Although your participation is voluntary, we hope you will participate in this important study of energy usage. Your identity and all the responses you give me will be kept strictly confidential. The survey will take about 40 minutes. We estimate the reporting burden for this collection of information to average 40 minutes per response. Any comments you may have regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, should be sent to the Energy Information Administration, Statistics and Methods Group, EI-70, 1000 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20585, and to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget, Washington, DC 20503.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Section A: HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS ........................................................................................................... 1 Section B: KITCHEN APPLIANCES ....................................................................................................................... 6 Section C: OTHER APPLIANCES ........................................................................................................................ 13 Section D: SPACE HEATING ............................................................................................................................... 19 Section E: WATER HEATING............................................................................................................................... 24 Section F: AIR CONDITIONING ........................................................................................................................... 26 Section G: MISCELLANEOUS.............................................................................................................................. 28 Section H: FUELS USED ...................................................................................................................................... 30 Section I: FUEL BILLS .......................................................................................................................................... 36 Section J: HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS ................................................................................................... 42 Section K: ENERGY ASSISTANCE ...................................................................................................................... 46 Section L: NOT USED........................................................................................................................................... 48 Section M: HOUSING UNIT MEASUREMENTS................................................................................................... 49 Authorization Form ................................................................................................................................................. 57

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Section A: HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS A-1

TYPEHUQ Interviewer: Record the type of housing unit as you recorded it in the housing unit observations. Single-family detached house, ......................... Single-family attached house, .......................... Apartment building with 2-4 units, ..................... Apartment building with 5 or more units............ Mobile home ....................................................

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NUMFLRS Interviewer: If this is an Apartment Building with 5 or more units, record the number of floors as you recorded it in the housing unit observations. Enter the number ......................

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CNFRMHUQ First, I want to ask you some questions about the type of house or building you live in. My observation is that is residence is a [name the type of housing unit recorded on the HURS sheet]. Do you agree with my observation? Yes .......................................... 1 No ........................................... 0 A-3a

[If CNFRMHUQ=No] ALTHUQ Which of the following types of housing units would you say best describes what kind of housing unit this is? Is it a . . . Single-family detached house, .................................. a Single-family attached house, ................................ an Apartment building with 2-4 units,........................ an Apartment building 5 or more units, or ................ a Mobile home?............................................................

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A-3a1 REVHUQ Interviewer: If you agree with the householder’s description, record "Use Householder’s Description" below, and use the alternative as the type of housing unit throughout the remainder of the interview. If you disagree with the householder’s description, record "Use HURS Definition" below and tell the householder that: Using the definitions given me by the Department of Energy, they would describe this housing unit as a [enter the TYPEHUQ here]. For the remainder of this interview I must use their definition, but I have recorded that you have described this housing unit as a [enter the ALTHUQ here]. Use Householder’s Definition ............... 1 Use HURS Definition ........................... 2 A-4

[If a Single-family house or Apartment building with 2-4 units] STORIES How many stories does your home have? Does it have one, two, three, or four or more stories, or is it a split-level or some other type of building? Do not include basement and attics. One story......................................................... 10 Two stories...................................................... 20 Three stories .................................................... 31 Four or more stories........................................ 32 Split-level......................................................... 40 Some other type (Specify __________).......... 50

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[If a Single-family house or Apartment building with 2-4 units] CELLAR CRAWL CONCRETE Now think about the foundation of your home. Most homes are built over a basement or a crawl space, or on a concrete slab, or some combination of these? Is any part of your home over a . . . (Mark all that apply.) Yes No Don’t Know Basement, ................................ 1 ....................... 0 ....................... 6 Crawl space, or........................ 1 ....................... 0 ....................... 6 Concrete slab? ........................ 1 ....................... 0 ....................... 6 A-5a

[If Basement = Yes] BASEHEAT About how much of the basement would you say is warm enough to sit, work, or play in during the winter months? Is it . . . All,............................................ 1 Part, or..................................... 2 None? ...................................... 0 Don't know ............................... 6 A-5a1 [Part] PCTBSTHT Please look at the Pink Card. What portion of the basement would you say is warm enough to sit, work, or play in during the winter months? Very little (1-4%).................................. Some (5-33%)..................................... About half (34-66%) ............................ About three-quarters (67-95%) ........... Most of it (96-99%)..............................

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[If Basement = Yes and Apartment building with 2-4 units] BASEUSE About how much of the basement would you say you have exclusive use of? Is it . . . All,............................................ 1 Part, or..................................... 2 None? ...................................... 0 Don't know ............................... 6

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[If a Mobile Home] TYPEHUQ4 Does your mobile home have any permanently attached structures-such as a room or porch that is enclosed from the wind and rain-- that weren't part of the mobile home when it was first manufactured? Yes .......................................... 1 No ........................................... 0

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NCOMBATH How many full bathrooms do you have in your home? A full bathroom is one that has a sink with running water, and a toilet, and either a bathtub or shower. Enter the number ......................

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NHAFBATH And how many half bathrooms do you have - that is, bathrooms that have either a toilet or a bathtub or a shower? Enter the number ......................

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BEDROOMS How many bedrooms do you have in your home? [If a one-room efficiency or studio apartment, BEDROOMS=0 and OTHROOMS=1.] Enter the number ......................

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OTHROOMS Other than bedrooms and bathrooms, how many other rooms are there in your home? Do not count laundry rooms, foyers, unfinished storage spaces, porches, or garages. Enter the number ......................

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ATTIC [If a Single family home or Apartment building with 2-4 Units] Does this home have an attic? That is, a floor or an area directly below the roof that is accessible by stairs and in which you can stand and easily move about. Yes ........................................... 1 No ............................................ 0 A-11a [If Yes] ATTICFIN Is any part of the attic finished? That is, does it have finishing materials on the floor, ceiling, and walls? Yes ........................................... 1 No ............................................ 0 A-11b [If Yes] ATTCHEAT About how much of the attic would you say is warm enough to sit, work, or play in during the winter months? Is it . . . All,............................................ 1 Part, or..................................... 2 None? ...................................... 0 Don't know ............................... 6 A-11b1 [Part] PCTATTHT Please look at the Pink Card. What portion of the attic would you say is warm enough to sit, work, or play in during the winter months? Very little (1-4%).................................. Some (5-33%)..................................... About half (34-66%) ............................ About three-quarters (67-95%) ........... Most of it (96-99%).............................. A-11c

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[If Yes and Apartment building with 2-4 units] ATTICUSE About how much of the attic would you say you have exclusive use of? Is it . . . All,............................................ 1 Part, or..................................... 2 None? ...................................... 0 Don't know ............................... 6

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PRKGPLC1 [If a Single family or a Mobile home] Does your home have a garage that is attached to or part of your home? Yes ........................................... 1 No ............................................ 0 A-12a [If Yes] GARAGE1C GARAGE2C GARAGE3C Which does it have? Is it a . . . One-car garage,.................................... 1 Two-car garage, or............................... 2 Three-or-more-car garage?................. 3

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GARGLOC Is the garage attached to or part of the basement, first floor, or some other floor of the home? Basement.............................................. 1 First floor ............................................... 2 Some other floor ................................... 3

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GARGHEAT Is the garage warm enough to sit, work, or play in during the winter months? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

A-12b [If A-12=No] PRKGPLC2 Does your home have a detached garage or covered carport? Yes ........................................... 1 No ............................................ 0 A-12a [If Yes] GARAGE1C GARAGE2C GARAGE3C CARPORT Which does your home have? Is it a . . . (Mark all that apply) One-car garage,.................................... 1 Two-car garage, ................................... 2 Three-or-more-car garage, or ............. 3 Carport? ................................................ 4 A-13

KOWNRENT Do you or members of your household own this home or do you rent? Own/Buying .......................................... 1 Rent ...................................................... 2 Occupied without payment of rent......... 3 A-13a [If KOWNRENT = Rent or Occupied without payment of rent] HUPROJ Is this residence in a public housing project -- that is, is it owned by a housing authority? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6 A-13a1

[If HUPROJ = No or Don’t know] RENTHELP Is your household paying lower rent because the federal, state, or local government is paying part of the cost? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6

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KOWNCOND Is this home part of a condominium or cooperative? Yes ......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 A-14a [If Yes] CONDCOOP Which is it, a condominium or a cooperative? Condominium .......................... 1 Cooperative............................. 2 Don’t know .............................. 6

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YEARMADE Please look at Exhibit A-15. In what year was this structure built? Your best estimate is fine. BEFORE 1940 ...................... 1940-49 ................................. 1950-59 ................................. 1960-69 ................................. 1970-79 ................................. 1980 ...................................... 1981-89 .................................

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1990 ....................................... 08 1991-95.................................. 09 1996-98.................................. 10 1999 ....................................... 11 2000 ....................................... 12 2001 ....................................... 13 Don’t' Know............................ 96

A-15a [If 1999, 2000, 2001 or Don’t Know] OCCUPY Did your household move into this home or apartment after December 1998? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 A-15a1

[If Yes] OCCUPYY In what year did your household move in? 1999 ........................................ 2000 ........................................ 2001 ........................................ Don’t Know..............................

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[If Yes] OCCUPYM In what month of that year did your household move in? January ................................. 01 February ................................ 02 March .................................... 03 April ....................................... 04 May ....................................... 05 June ...................................... 06

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July......................................... 07 August.................................... 08 September ............................. 09 October .................................. 10 November .............................. 11 December .............................. 12

URBRUR Which of the following best describes the location of your home? Do you live in a city, a town, the suburbs, or in a rural area? City ........................................... 1 Town ....................................... 2 Suburbs................................... 3 Rural........................................ 4

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UGASHERE Is natural gas from underground pipes available in this neighborhood? Yes ......................................... 1 No ........................................... 0

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Section B: KITCHEN APPLIANCES B-1

STOVEN STOVE OVEN TOPGRILL Now I have some questions about your use of kitchen appliances. Please look at Exhibit B-1. Which of these cooking appliances do you have in your kitchen? (Mark all that apply.) Yes

No

Stove that has both burners and one or two ovens....................... 1.................0 Separate built-in range top or burners .......................................... 1.................0 Separate built-in oven ................................................................... 1.................0 Built-in or stove-top grill................................................................. 1.................0 B-1a

[If STOVEN=Yes] MULTSTV Do you have more than one stove that has both burners and an oven in your home? Yes .......................................... 1 No ........................................... 0 B-1a1 [If Yes, read the following statement to the respondent:] As you answer my questions about the stove that has both burners and an oven, think about the one you use the most.

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[If STOVEN=Yes] STOVENFU Does your stove use the same fuel for both the burners and the oven? Yes .......................................... 1 No ........................................... 0 B-1b1 [If STOVENFU=No] STOVENAB What fuel do the burners use? Is it . . . Electricity, ..................................................... 05 Natural gas from underground pipes, ......... 01 Bottled gas (LPG or Propane), or ............... 02 Some other fuel? .......................................... 21 Don't know ...................................................... 96 B-1b2 [If STOVENFU=No] STOVENAO What fuel does the oven use? Is it . . . Electricity, ..................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes, ....... Bottled gas (LPG or Propane), or ............... Some other fuel? .......................................... Don't know .....................................................

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B-1b3 [If STOVENFU=Yes] STOVENA What fuel does your stove use? Is it . . . Electricity, ..................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes, ....... Bottled gas (LPG or Propane), or ................ Some other fuel?........................................... Don't know .....................................................

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[If STOVE=Yes] MULTRANG Do you have more than one separate built-in range top or burners in your home? Yes .......................................... 1 No ........................................... 0 B-1c1 [If Yes, read the following statement to the respondent:] As you answer my questions about the separate built-in range top or burners, think about the one you use the most.

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[If STOVE=Yes] STOVEA What fuel does your separate built-in range top or burners use? Is it ... Electricity, ...................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes, ........ Bottled gas (LPG or Propane), or ................ Some other fuel? .......................................... Don't know .....................................................

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[If OVEN=Yes] MULTOVEN Do you have more than one separate built-in oven in your home? Yes .......................................... 1 No ........................................... 0 B-1e1 [If Yes, read the following statement to the respondent:] As you answer my questions about the separate built-in oven, think about the one you use the most.

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[If OVEN=Yes] OVENA What fuel does your separate built-in oven use? Is it . . . Electricity, ...................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes, ........ Bottled gas (LPG or Propane), or ................ Some other fuel?........................................... Don't know .....................................................

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[If TOPGRILL=Yes] STGRILA What fuel does your built-in or stove-top grill use? Is it . . . Electricity, ...................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes, ........ Bottled gas (LPG or Propane), or ................ Some other fuel?........................................... Don't know .....................................................

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[If STOVEN=Yes or OVEN=Yes] OVENUSE Please look at Exhibit B-2. Which of the categories shown best describes, on average, how often you use your (if more than one oven, add: most used) oven? More than once a day ....................................... Once a day........................................................ Between once a day and once a week ............. Once a week ..................................................... Less than once a week .....................................

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[If STOVEN=Yes or OVEN=Yes] OVENCLN Does your (if more than one oven, add: most used) oven have a self-cleaning feature? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6 B-3a

[If OVENCLN = Yes] TYPECLN Is your self-cleaning oven one that cleans continuously or do you have to manually start the cleaning cycle. Continuous cleaning............................. 1 Manually start the cleaning cycle ......... 2 Don’t know ........................................... 6

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MICRO Does anyone in your household use a microwave oven to do any cooking? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 B-4a

[If Yes] AMTMICRO Please look at Exhibit B-4. Which answer best describes how much of your food is cooked in the microwave? Most or all....................................................................... About half ....................................................................... Some or very little .......................................................... Used only for snacks, defrosting, or reheating food.......

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NUMMEAL Please look at Exhibit B-5. Which of the categories shown best describes, on average, how often hot meals are usually cooked in your home? Three or more times a day................... Two times a day ................................... Once a day........................................... A few times each week ........................ About once a week............................... Less than once a week ........................ Doesn’t cook/Never cooks ...................

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COFFEE Do you use any electric coffee makers? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 B-6a

[If Yes] COFFFRQ Please look at Exhibit B-5. Which of the categories shown best describes, on average, how often you make coffee? Three or more times a day...... Two times a day...................... Once a day.............................. A few times each week ........... About once a week.................. Less than once a week ...........

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[If Yes] COFPOTON After making a pot of coffee how long, on average, do you leave the warmer on? Do you turn the warmer off right away, leave it on from 1 to 15 minutes, leave it on from 15 minutes to 1 hour, or do you leave it on for more than 1 hour? Turn if off right away................ 1 to 15 minutes ....................... 15 minutes to 1 hour ............... More than 1 hour.....................

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TOASTER Do you use any electric toaster ovens? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 B-7a

[If Yes] TSTRFRQ Please look at Exhibit B-5. Which of the categories shown best describes, on average, how often you use your electric toaster oven? Three or more times a day...... Two times a day...................... Once a day.............................. A few times each week ........... About once a week.................. Less than once a week ...........

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[If more than one fuel is used for cooking] FUELFOOD You mentioned that you used (enter the names of the fuels mentioned in B-1) to prepare your meals. Which of these fuels is used most for cooking in your home? Electricity............................................ Natural gas from underground pipes . Bottled gas (LPG or Propane)............ Some other fuel.................................. Don't know .........................................

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NUMFRIG How many refrigerators do you use in your home? One ......................................... Two ......................................... Three or more ......................... None........................................

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[If there are two or more refrigerators in the home read this introduction.] First I would like to ask some questions about the refrigerator that you use the most. B-10a TYPERFR1 Please look at Exhibit B-10a. Which of the pictures best describes the type of refrigerator you have? Full-size with one door ............ Full-size with two doors ........... Half- or quarter-size ................ Some other kind...................... Don’t know ..............................

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B-10a1 [If Two doors] DOORSFR1 Are those doors side-by-side or top-and-bottom? Side-by-side ............................ 1 Top-and-bottom ...................... 2 Other ....................................... 3

B-10b SIZRFRI1 Please look at Exhibit B-10b. How would you describe the size of this refrigerator? Very small (10 cubic feet or less) ......... Small (11 to 14 cubic feet) ................... Medium (15 to 18 cubic feet) ............... Large (19 to 22 cubic feet) ................... Very large (more than 22 cubic feet).... Don’t know ...........................................

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REFRIGT1 What type of defrosting does this refrigerator have? Is it . . Manual or ...................................................................... Frost-free? (either automatic or semi-automatic) ......... No working freezer section (if volunteered) ................... Don't know ....................................................................

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B-10d ICE Does this refrigerator have through-the-door ice and water service? Yes ......................................... 1 No........................................... 0

B-10e AGERFRI1 Please look at the Yellow Card. About how old is this refrigerator? Less than 2 years old .......................... 01 2 to 4 years old.................................... 02 5 to 9 years old.................................... 03 10 to 19 years old................................ 04 20 years or older ................................. 05 As old as the home (if volunteered) .... 06 Don't know .......................................... 96

[If B-7 is One or None SKIP to B-13, Otherwise read this introduction:] Now I would like to ask you the same questions about your (if B-9 = "Two" insert other; if B-9 = "Three or more" insert second most used) refrigerator. B-11a TYPERFR2 Please look at Exhibit B-10a. Which of the pictures best describes the type of refrigerator you have? Full-size with one door, ........................ Full-size with two doors ........................ Half or quarter-size .............................. Some other kind................................... Don’t know ...........................................

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B-11a1 [If Two doors] DOORSFR2 Are those doors side-by-side or top-and-bottom? Side-by-side ........................... 1 Top-and-bottom ...................... 2 Other ....................................... 3

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SIZRFRI2 Please look at Exhibit B-10b. How would you describe the size of this refrigerator? Very small (10 cubic feet or less) ...................... Small (11 to 14 cubic feet) ................................ Medium (15 to 18 cubic feet) ............................ Large (19 to 22 cubic feet) ................................ Very large (more than 22 cubic feet)................. Don’t know ........................................................

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REFRIGT2 What type of defrosting does this refrigerator have? Is it . . Manual or ...................................................................... Frost-free? (either automatic or semi-automatic) ......... No working freezer section (if volunteered) ................... Don't know ....................................................................

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B-11d MONRFRI2 During the past 12 months, how many months was this refrigerator turned on? Enter the number ......................

B-11e AGERFRI2 Please look at the Yellow Card. About how old is this refrigerator? Less than 2 years old .......................... 01 2 to 4 years old.................................... 02 5 to 9 years old.................................... 03 10 to 19 years old................................ 04 20 years or older ................................. 05 As old as the home (if volunteered) .... 06 Don't know .......................................... 96 [If B-9 is One, Two, or None SKIP to B-13, Otherwise read this introduction.] Now I would like to ask you the same questions about your (if B-9 = "Three or more" insert third most used) refrigerator. B-12a TYPERFR3 Please look at Exhibit B-10a. Which of the pictures best describes the type of refrigerator you have? Full-size with one door, ........................ Full-size with two doors ........................ Half or quarter-size .............................. Some other kind................................... Don’t know ...........................................

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B12a1 [If Two doors] DOORSFR3 Are those doors side-by-side or top-and-bottom? Side-by-side ............................ 1 Top-and-bottom ...................... 2 Other ....................................... 3

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SIZRFRI3 Please look at Exhibit B-10b. How would you describe the size of this refrigerator? Very small (10 cubic feet or less) ...................... Small (11 to 14 cubic feet) ................................ Medium (15 to 18 cubic feet) ............................ Large (19 to 22 cubic feet) ................................ Very large (more than 22 cubic feet)................. Don’t know ........................................................

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REFRIGT3 What type of defrosting does this refrigerator have? Is it . . Manual or ...................................................................... Frost-free? (either automatic or semi-automatic) ......... No working freezer section (if volunteered) ................... Don't know ....................................................................

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B-12d MONRFRI3 During the past 12 months, how many months was this refrigerator turned on? Enter the number ......................

B-12e AGERFRI3 Please look at the Yellow Card. About how old is this refrigerator? Less than 2 years old .......................... 01 2 to 4 years old.................................... 02 5 to 9 years old.................................... 03 10 to 19 years old................................ 04 20 years or older ................................. 05 As old as the home (if volunteered) .... 06 Don't know .......................................... 96

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SEPFREEZ Does your household use a separate freezer that is not part of a refrigerator? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0

B-13a [If Yes] NUMFREEZ How many separate freezers are used in your home? One ......................................... 1 Two ......................................... 2 Three or more ......................... 3

[If more than one freezer read this introduction.] Now I would like to ask some questions about the separate freezer that you use the most. B-14a UPRTFRZR What model freezer is this? Is it . . . . An upright or (vertical cabinet with a door on the front) ............ 1 A chest-type? (horizontal cabinet with the door on the top) ...... 2

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B-14b SIZFREEZ Please look at Exhibit B-10b. How would you describe the size of this freezer? Very small, (10 cubic feet or less) ..................... Small, (11 to 14 cubic feet) ............................... Medium (15 to 18 cubic feet) ............................ Large (19 to 22 cubic feet) ................................ Very large (more than 22 cubic feet)................. Don’t know ........................................................

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FREEZER What type of defrosting does this freezer have? Is it . . . Manual or ...................................................................... 1 Frost-free? (either automatic or semi-automatic) ......... 2

B-14d AGEFRZR Please look at the Yellow Card. About how old is this freezer? Less than 2 years old .......................... 01 2 to 4 years old.................................... 02 5 to 9 years old.................................... 03 10 to 19 years old................................ 04 20 years or older ................................. 05 As old as the home (if volunteered) .... 06 Don't know .......................................... 96

B-15

DISHWASH Does your household use an automatic dishwasher? Yes ......................................... 1 No........................................... 0 B-15a [If Yes] DWASHUSE Please look at Exhibit B-15. Which category best describes how often your household actually uses the automatic dishwasher in an average week? At least once each day....................... 30 4 to 6 times a week ............................ 20 2 or 3 times a week ............................. 13 Once each week ................................ 12 Less than once each week ................. 11

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Section C: OTHER APPLIANCES C-1

CWASHER Now I have some questions about your use of other appliances commonly used in homes. Do you use a clothes washer in your home? [Do not include community clothes washers that are located in the basement or laundry room of apartment buildings.] Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 C-1a

[If Yes] TOPFRONT Is your washing machine one that you load from the top or one that you load from the front? Top loading .............................. 1 Front loading ............................ 2

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[If Yes] WASHLOAD Please look at Exhibit C-1. In an average week, how many loads of laundry are washed in your clothes washer? 1 load or less each week ........ 2 to 4 loads.............................. 5 to 9 loads.............................. 10 to 15 loads.......................... More than 15 loads ................. Don't know ..............................

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[If Yes] WASHTEMP What water temperature setting do you usually use for the wash cycle of the clothes washer? Is it hot, warm, or cold water? Hot........................................... 1 Warm ...................................... 2 Cold......................................... 3

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[If Yes] RNSETEMP What water temperature setting do you usually use for the rinse cycle of the clothes washer? Is it hot, warm, or cold water? Hot........................................... 1 Warm ...................................... 2 Cold......................................... 3

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DRYER Do you use a clothes dryer in your home? [Do not include community clothes dryers that are located in the basement or laundry room of apartment buildings.] Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 C-2a

[If Yes] DRYRFUEL What fuel does your clothes dryer use? Is it . . . Electricity, ..................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes, or .... Bottled gas? .................................................. Don't know ......................................................

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[If Yes] DRYRUSE Please look at Exhibit C-2. How often do you use your clothes dryer? Use it every time you wash clothes ................... 1 Use it for some, but not all, loads of wash ......... 2 Use it infrequently ............................................. 3

C-3

WATERBED Does your household use any waterbed heaters? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 C-3a

[If Yes] NOWTBDHT How many waterbed heaters do you use? Enter the number ....................... C-3a1 WTBEDUSE . . . and how many of these heaters are used all year long? Enter the number .......................

C-4

CFAN Does your household use any ceiling fans? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 C-4a

[If Yes] NUMCFAN How many ceiling fans does your household use? Enter the number .......................

C-5

[If a Single-family home] SWIMPOOL Does your home have its own swimming pool with a filtering system? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 C-5a

[If Yes] POOL Is it a heated pool? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 C-5a1 [If Yes] FUELPOOL What fuel is used most often to heat the pool water? Electricity......................................................... 05 Natural gas from under ground pipes .............. 01 Bottled gas (LPG or Propane)......................... 02 Fuel oil.............................................................. 03 Kerosene.......................................................... 04 Solar................................................................ 08 Other (Specify __________) ........................... 21 Don't know ...................................................... 96

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C-6

RECBATH Does your home have a heated hot tub, spa, or jacuzzi, other than a bathtub? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 C-6a

[If Yes] FUELTUB And what fuel is used most often to heat the water in your hot tub, spa, or jacuzzi? Electricity......................................................... 05 Natural gas from under ground pipes ............. 01 Bottled gas (LPG or Propane )........................ 02 Fuel oil.............................................................. 03 Kerosene.......................................................... 04 Solar................................................................ 08 Other (Specify __________) ........................... 21 Don't know ...................................................... 96

C-7

TVCOLOR How many color television sets do you use in your home? Enter the number ....................... C-7a

[If TVCOLOR>0] BIGTV Of these, how many are large screen television sets? Enter the number .......................

C-7b

[If TVCOLOR>0] TVRECEP Are any of your televisions connected into a cable network or outdoor satellite antenna? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 C-7b1 [If Yes] TYPRECEP Which are you connected to, cable or an outdoor dish satellite antenna? Cable network ......................... 1 Satellite dish antenna.............. 2 Both ....................................... 3 C-7b1a [If Cable network] CBLCON Is the cable connnected directly to the TV, does it go through a box and then into the TV, or does it vary with the TV? Connected directly to the TV................. 1 Connected to the TV through a box ...... 2 Varies with the TV................................. 3

C-7c

[If TVCOLOR>0] VCR How many VCRs and DVD players do you use in your home? Do not count DVD drives in your computer. Enter the number .......................

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For each of the following appliances please tell me, YES or NO, whether they are used in your home. Yes

No

C-8a

WELLPUMP

Electric pump for well water? ....................................... 1....................... 0

C-8b

SWAMPCOL

Evaporative or swamp cooler?..................................... 1....................... 0

C-8c

NOTMOIST

Electric dehumidifier that removes moisture from the air, usually in the summer? ........................... 1....................... 0

C-8d

MOISTURE

Electric humidifier that adds moisture to the air, usually in the winter? ................................... 1 ...................... 0

C-8e

AQUARIUM

Large heated aquariums of 20 gallons or more?........ 1....................... 0

C-8f

DIPSTICK

Automobile block heaters, dip-stick engine heaters, or battery blankets? ........... 1....................... 0

C-8g

NOCORD

A portable cordless telephone (other than cell phones)? .............................................. 1....................... 0

C-8h

CELLPHON

A cell or mobile telephone? .......................................... 1....................... 0

C-8i

ANSMACH

A telephone answering machine?................................ 1....................... 0

C-8j

STEREO

Stereo equipment? ........................................................ 1....................... 0

C-8j1

[IF STEREO=Yes] Please look at Exhibit C-8. Which categories best describe the type of stereo equipment you use in you home? (Mark all that apply.) Yes No BOOMBOX

Portable stereo/Boom box .................................. 1....................... 0

COMPCTST Compact stereo system....................................... 1....................... 0 COMPNTST Component stereo system .................................. 1....................... 0 OTHSTER C-8k

Some other type of system ................................. 1....................... 0

BATTOOLS Portable appliances or tools, such as hand-held vacuum cleaners or power drills, that are powered by a rechargeable battery?...................................................... 1....................... 0 C-8k1 [If Yes] BATCHRG When these portable appliances or tools are not being used do you keep them plugged in all the time or do you let the batteries run down and then recharge them as needed? Keep them plugged in all the time..................... 1 Recharge them as needed................................ 2 Both ways are used........................................... 3

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Do you use any of the following kinds of office equipment in you home? C-9

Yes No COMPUTER A personal computer? (Include both desk-top and lap-top PCs)............................................... 1....................... 0 [If COMPUTER=Yes, ask the following series of PC related questions.] C-9a

MULTPC Do you use more than one personal computer in your home?............................................ 1....................... 0 C-9a1 [If Yes] NUMPC How many PCs do you use? Enter the number .......................

C-9b

LAPTOPPC How many of the PCs used are lap-tops? Enter the number .......................

C-9c

INTERNET Do you have access to the Internet? ..................... 1....................... 0

C-9d

PCPRINT Do you have any type of printer attached to any PC?.................................................................... 1 ...................... 0 C-9d1 [If PCPRINT=Yes] FXCOPIER Some printers have built-in fax and copier features. Is your printer one of these? ..................................................... 1 ...................... 0

C-10

FAX Do you have a separate fax (facsimile) machine? ...................... 1 ...................... 0

C-11

COPIER A separate photocopier? ......................................................... 1 ...................... 0

C-12

[If COMPUTER=Yes] PCUSE Altogether, how many hours each week is (are all) your personal computer (computers) turned on? Is it (Are they) turned on . . . Less than 2 hours per week, ................................................ 10 2 to 15 hours per week, ........................................................ 20 16 to 40 hours per week, or................................................... 31 More than 40 hours per week but not on all the time..........32 is it (are they) turned on all the time? ................................. 40 C-12a [If More than 16 hours] PCTASK Do you use your computer mainly for personal use, such as paying bills, doing homework, on-line shopping, or playing games, or do you use it mainly for business purposes, that is, as part of your job? Personal use .................................................... 1 Business use..................................................... 2 Both or About equally (if volunteered) ............... 3 C-12a1 [If Business Use or Both] TELECOM How would you describe the business use of your personal computer? Do you, or anyone else telecommute? That is, does anyone work on your computer at home instead of traveling to their employer’s place of business? Yes, telecommute .......................... 1 No, other business use only........... 0 C-12a1a

[If Yes] TELLDAYS How many days each week, on average, is the personal computer used for telecommuting? Enter the number of days...........

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Section D: SPACE HEATING D-1

FUELHEAT Now I have some questions about heating your home. Please look at the Blue Card. What is the main fuel used for heating your home? That is, which fuel is the one that provides the most heat for your home? Electricity ........................................................ Natural gas from underground pipes .............. Bottled gas, that is, LPG or Propane............... Fuel oil............................................................. Kerosene......................................................... Wood............................................................... Solar................................................................ District Steam.................................................. Some other fuel? (Specify __________)......... Don’t heat home.............................................. D-1a

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[If Don’t heat home] DNTHEAT Just to clarify, is it that you have heating equipment but don’t use it, or does your home not have any heating equipment? Have equipment, but don’t use it........................ 1 Don’t have any heating equipment..................... 2 D-1a1

[If Have equipment] FUELHEAT Please look at the Blue Card. Even though you don’t use your heating equipment, we are still interested in the fuel it uses. What is the main fuel used for running your heating equipment? Electricity......................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes .............. Bottled gas, that is, LPG or Propane .............. Fuel oil............................................................. Kerosene......................................................... Wood............................................................... Solar................................................................ Some other fuel (Specify __________) ..........

D-2

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EQUIPM Please look at Exhibit D-2. Please tell me which type of heating equipment provides most of the heat for your home. Heat pump ................................................................................................................................... Central warm-air furnace with ducts to individual rooms other than a heat pump ...................... Steam/Hot water system with radiators/convectors in each room or pipes in the floor or walls . Built-in electric units in each room installed in walls, ceiling, or baseboard ................................. Built-in floor/wall pipeless furnace ............................................................................................... Built-in room heater burning gas, oil, or kerosene ....................................................................... Heating stove burning wood, coal, or coke .................................................................................. Portable electric heaters ............................................................................................................. Portable kerosene heaters ........................................................................................................... Fireplace ...................................................................................................................................... Cooking stove that is used to heat your home as well as to cook ............................................... Equipment not listed (Specify __________________) ................................................................ No heating equipment used ........................................................................................................

04 03 02 05 06 07 08 10 11 09 12 21 00

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D-3

EQUIPAGE Please look at the Yellow Card. Approximately, how old is your household's (name the equipment identified in D-2) heating system? Less than 2 years old ......................... 01 2 to 4 years old ................................... 02 5 to 9 years old ................................... 03 10 to 19 years old................................ 04 20 years or older ................................ 05 As old as the home (if volunteered) .... 06 Don't know .......................................... 96

D-4

HEATOTH Does the main space heating system for your home also heat any other apartments, condos, households, businesses, or farm buildings? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

D-5

EQUIPAUX In addition to the (name the equipment identified in D-2), do you use any other types of equipment to heat your home, even only once in a while? Yes ......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6 D-5a

[If Yes] Please look at Exhibit D-2. Please tell me which types you occasionally use to provide heat in addition to the (name the equipment identified in D-2). Prompt: Is there any other heating equipment you use? [Record all that are used.] REVERSE Heat pump ................................................................................. WARMAIR Central warm-air furnace with ducts to individual rooms other than a heat pump.................................................................... STEAMR Steam/hot water system with radiators/convectors in each room or pipes in the floor or walls ....................................... PERMELEC Built-in electric units in the walls. ceiling, or baseboards ....... PIPELESS Built-in floor/wall pipeless furnace ............................................ ROOMHEAT Built-in room heater burning gas, oil, or kerosene ................. WOODKILN Heating stove burning wood, coal, or coke ............................. CARRYEL Portable electric Heaters............................................................ CARRYKER Portable kerosene Heaters ..................................................... CHIMNEY Fireplace .................................................................................... RANGE Cooking stove used to heat your home as well as to cook ........... DIFEQUIP Some other equipment (Specify ________________________) .......................................... DKEQUIP Don't Know .................................................................................

04 03 02 05 06 07 08 10 11 09 12 21 96

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D-5a1 [If WARMAIR or STEAMR or DIFEQUIP = Yes] FURNFUEL RADFUEL DIFFUEL ELECAUX UGASAUX LPGAUX FOILAUX KEROAUX WOODAUX SOLARAUX OTHERAUX DKAUX What fuel does the (type) use? Electricity ........................................................ Natural gas from underground pipes .............. Bottled gas (LPG or Propane) ........................ Fuel oil............................................................. Kerosene......................................................... Wood............................................................... Solar................................................................ Other (Specify__________) ........................... Don't know .....................................................

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D-5a2 [If PIPELESS = Yes] PIPEFUEL ELECAUX UGASAUX LPGAUX FOILAUX KEROAUX WOODAUX OTHERAUX DKAUX What fuel does the pipeless furnace use? Electricity ........................................................ Natural gas from underground pipes .............. Bottled gas (LPG or Propane)......................... Fuel oil............................................................. Kerosene......................................................... Wood............................................................... Some other fuel (Specify __________) .......... Don't know ......................................................

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D-5a3 [If ROOMHEAT = Yes] RMHTFUEL UGASAUX LPGAUX FOILAUX KEROAUX DKAUX What fuel does the room heater use? Natural gas from underground pipes .............. Bottled gas (LPG or Propane)......................... Fuel oil............................................................. Kerosene......................................................... Don't know ......................................................

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D-5a4 [If WOODKILN = Yes] HSFUEL WOODAUX OTHERAUX DKAUX What fuel does the heating stove use? Wood............................................................... 07 Some other fuel (Specify __________) .......... 21 Don't know ...................................................... 96 D-5a5 [If CHIMNEY = Yes] FPFUEL UGASAUX LPGAUX WOODAUX OTHERAUX DKAUX What fuel does the fireplace use? Wood............................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes .............. Bottled gas (LPG or Propane)......................... Some other fuel (Specify __________) .......... Don't know .....................................................

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D-5a5a

[If Natural gas or Bottled gas] NGFPFLUE Does this fireplace have a flue to the outside or is it entirely self-contained? Flue to the outside ............................... 1 Flueless (self-contained)...................... 2

D-5a5b

[If Natural gas or Bottled gas] USENGFP During the winter months how frequently do you use your gas fireplace? Do you use it . . . Most days, .......................................... 1 About once a week, or....................... 2 Fewer than 4 times each month? ..... 3

D-5a6 [If RANGE = Yes] RNGGUEL ELECAUX UGASAUX LPGAUX FOILAUX KEROAUX WOODAUX OTHERAUX DKAUX What fuel does the cooking stove use? Electricity.......................................................... 05 Natural gas from underground pipes ............... 01 Bottled gas (LPG or Propane).......................... 02 Fuel oil.............................................................. 03 Kerosene.......................................................... 04 Wood................................................................ 07 Other (Specify __________) ............................ 21 Don't know ....................................................... 96

D-6

[If D-5 = Yes] EQMAMT Thinking about your main heating equipment, the (name the equipment identified in D-2) that uses (main heating fuel identified in D-1), how much of the heat for your home would you say that this heating equipment provides . . . Almost all, ........................................................ About three-fourths, or................................... Closer to half of all your heat? .................... Don't know ........................................................

D-7

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[If FUELHEAT = Solar or SOLARAUX = 1 ] ACTSOLAR Does your solar heating system require pumps or fans (other than ceiling fans) to circulate warm air or hot fluids between solar collectors and the rooms they heat? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6

D-8

THERMAIN Please look at Exhibit D-8. Do you have a thermostat that controls your main (insert name of main heating system) heating equipment and allows you to set the system to a specific temperature during the heating season? [Interviewer: If needed, add: A thermostat automatically responds to temperature changes and turns the heat on or off until the desired temperature is reached.] Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6

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[If Yes] PROTHERM Is that thermostat programmable? That is, can you set it so that the temperature setting automatically changes at the times of the day or night that you choose? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6

D-9

At what temperature does your household usually keep your home in the winter? [Interviewer: If household keeps different parts of the house at different temperatures, record the temperature in the part of the house where the people are. If, for example, the heat is turned off upstairs during the day because the family is downstairs, record the downstairs temperature. If the respondent doesn’t know the temperature, but knows the thermostat setting, record the thermostat setting. Otherwise, probe for the best estimate.] D-9a

TEMPHOME During the day when someone is home? Enter degrees Fahrenheit ....................... Heat Turned Off ................................ 95

D-9b

TEMPGONE During the day when no one is home? Enter degrees Fahrenheit ....................... Heat Turned Off ................................ 95

D-9c

TEMPNITE During sleeping hours? Enter degrees Fahrenheit ....................... Heat Turned Off ................................ 95

D-10

HEATROOM Earlier, we determined that you have [enter the number of bedrooms and other rooms] in your home. Last winter, did you heat all of those rooms? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 D-10a [If No] HEATNOT How many of those rooms were not heated last winter? Enter the Number....................... D-10b OTHNOHT Were there any other spaces in your home that were not heated last winter? Do not include garages, basements, or attics. Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 D-10b1 OTHSPACE Please describe for me what those spaces were. ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________

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Section E: WATER HEATING E-1

FUELH2O Please look at the Blue Card. Which fuel do you use the most to heat water for washing or bathing? Electricity......................................................... 05 Natural gas from underground pipes .............. 01 Bottled gas, that is, LPG or Propane............... 02 Fuel oil............................................................. 03 Kerosene......................................................... 04 Wood............................................................... 07 Solar................................................................ 08 District Steam.................................................. 09 Some other fuel (Specify __________) ......... 21 Don’t know ...................................................... 96 Don’t use hot water ......................................... 95 → SKIP to F-1

E-2

WHEATOTH Does the main equipment for heating water for your home also heat water for any other apartments, condos, households, businesses, or farm buildings? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don't know .............................. 6

E-3

WHEATSIZ Please look at Exhibit E-3. Please tell me the approximate size of your household's main water heater tank. Small (30 gallons or less).................... Medium (31 to 49 gallons)................... Large (50 gallons or more).................. Two separate water heaters................. Don't have a separate water heater ..... Don't know ...........................................

E-4

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WHEATAGE Please look at the Yellow Card. Approximately, how old is your household's main water heater? Less than 2 years old ................................ 01 2 to 4 years old.......................................... 02 5 to 9 years old.......................................... 03 10 to 19 years old...................................... 04 20 years or older ....................................... 05 As old as the home (if volunteered) .......... 06 Don't know ................................................ 96

E-5

UAUXH2OF In addition to (name of fuel from E-1) does your household use any other fuel for heating water? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

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E-5a

[If Yes] FAUXH2O Please look at the Blue Card. What is this additional water heating fuel? Electricity......................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes .............. Bottled gas (LPG or Propane)......................... Fuel oil............................................................. Kerosene......................................................... Wood............................................................... Solar................................................................ Some other fuel (Specify __________) .......... Don’t know ......................................................

05 01 02 03 04 07 08 21 96

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Section F: AIR CONDITIONING F-1

AIRCOND Do you have air conditioning equipment in your home? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 → SKIP to F-11

F-2

COOLTYPE What kind of air-conditioning equipment does your household have? Is it . . . . A central system, ................................................... 1 Individual units in the windows or wall, or.......... 2 Both central and individual units? ....................... 3 Don’t know ............................................................... 6 F-2a

[If "A central system" or "Both central and individual units" and EQUIPM <> Heat pump or Central warm-air furnace] DUCTS Central air-conditioning requires that the system have ducts to carry the cooled air to the individual rooms. These ducts may also carry warm air for space heating. Does your home have ducts like these? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6

F-3

ACHOUSE Thinking about the summer of 2001, how many of the rooms (if before July 1, insert will; if between July 1 and August 30, insert do; if after August 30, insert did) your household's air-conditioning equipment cool? All of the rooms or only some of the rooms? All the rooms ............................................................ 1 Only some of the rooms?......................................... 2 None of the rooms cooled........................................ 0 F-3a

[If "Only some of the rooms"] ACROOMS Of the (enter the number from A-9c and A-9d) rooms in your home, how many (if before July 1, insert will be; if between July 1 and August 30, insert are; if after August 30, insert were) cooled by your household's air-conditioning during the summer of 2001? Enter the number .......................

F-4

[If F-2 = "A central system" or "Both central and individual units"; Else Skip to F-8] central air-conditioning system a heat pump?

CENACHP Is your

Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6 F-5

AGECENAC Please look at the Yellow Card. Approximately, how old is your household's central airconditioning equipment? Less than 2 years old ................................ 01 2 to 4 years old ......................................... 02 5 to 9 years old.......................................... 03 10 to 19 years old...................................... 04 20 years or older ....................................... 05 As old as the home (if volunteered) .......... 06 Don't know ................................................ 96

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F-6

USECENAC Please look at Exhibit F-6. Which of the statements shown best describes the way your household (if before July 1, insert will use; if between July 1 and August 30, insert uses; if after August 30, insert used) the central air-conditioning system during the summer of 2001? Not used at all ....................................................................... Turned on only a few days or nights when really needed ..... Turned on quite a bit ............................................................. Turned on just about all summer .......................................... Other .....................................................................................

F-7

0 1 2 3 5

ACOTHERS Does the central air conditioning equipment that cools your home also cool any other apartments, condos, households, businesses, or farm buildings? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don't know .............................. 6

F-8

[If F-2 is "Individual units in the windows or wall" or "Both central and individual units"; Otherwise SKIP to F-11] NUMBERAC How many window or wall air-conditioning units do you have in your home? Enter the number .......................

F-9

WWACAGE Please look at the Yellow Card. Approximately, how old is your household's most-used window/wall unit? Less than 2 years old ................................ 01 2 to 4 years old ......................................... 02 5 to 9 years old ......................................... 03 10 to 19 years old...................................... 04 20 years or older ....................................... 05 As old as the home (if volunteered) .......... 06 Don't know ................................................ 96

F-10

USEWWAC Please look at Exhibit F-6. Which of the statements shown best describes the way your household (if before July 1, insert will use; if between July 1 and August 30, insert uses; if after August 30, insert used) the (most used) wall or window unit air-conditioner during the summer of 2001? Not used at all ...................................................................... Turned on only a few days or nights when really needed ..... Turned on quite a bit ............................................................. Turned on just about all summer .......................................... Other ....................................................................................

F-11

0 1 2 3 5

TREESHAD Does your home have any large trees that shade your home from the afternoon summer sun? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6

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Section G: MISCELLANEOUS G-1

Thinking of a typical summer weekday, please tell me the number of indoor lights your household has turned on for each of the following time periods. Do not include any nightlights in your count. G-1a

LGT12 How many are tuned on for more than 12 hours per day Enter the number .......................

G-1b

LGT4 Between 4 hours and 12 hours per day Enter the number .......................

G-1c

LGT1 Between 1 hour and 4 hours per day Enter the number .......................

G-2

OUTLGTNT Are any outdoor lights left on all night? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 G-2a

[If Yes] GASLIGHT Do any of these lights use natural gas? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

G-3

SLDDRS Does your home have any sliding glass doors that go from a heated area to the outside or to an unheated area? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 G-3a

[If Yes] DOOR1SUM How many of these sliding glass doors does your home have? [Interviewer: Count each pair of sliding glass doors as one door.] Enter the number .......................

G-4

WINDOWS Please look at Exhibit G-4. Approximately, how many windows does your home have? Each window that opens separately should be counted as one window. Leave out of your count any windows that are in unheated parts of your home. 1 or 2 .................................... 3 to 5 .................................... 6 to 9 .................................... 10 to 19 ................................ 20 to 29 ................................ 30 or more............................ None (volunteered) ..............

01 02 03 04 05 06 00

[Interviewer: If asked, double hung or slider windows count as one window. Each window that opens separately should be counted as one window. Also count windows that are fixed in place. Do not include windows (glass panels) in doors.]

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ADQINSUL Overall, would you say that your home is . . . . . Well insulated, .............................. 1 Adequately insulated, or ............. 2 Poorly insulated? ......................... 3 No insulation (if volunteered) ........ 4 Don't know .................................... 6

G-6

DRAFTY How often do you or other members of your household find your home too drafty during the winter? Would you say it is. . . All the time,................................... 1 Most of the time, .......................... 2 Some of the time, or .................... 3 Never? ........................................... 4

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Section H: FUELS USED H-1

[If USENG=Yes and USELP=Yes] USENGLPG You have told me that you use both natural gas from underground pipes and bottled gas (LPG or propane) in your home. It's unusual for both of these fuels to be used in the same housing unit. Just to be sure, do you indeed use both natural gas and LPG? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 H-1a

[If No] NGLPGFU Which one do you use, natural gas or bottled gas? Natural gas from underground pipes ............... 01 Bottled Gas (LPG or Propane) ......................... 02

H-2

USEEL USENG USELP USEFO USEKERO USEWOOD USESOLAR You have mentioned using (CAPI will list the fuels identified as used by the household). Do you use (CAPI will list the fuels which have not been identified as used by the household) for any purpose in your home? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 H-2a

[If Yes] Which of these fuels do you use? [Record all that apply.] Electricity......................................................... Natural gas from underground pipes .............. Bottled gas (LPG or Propane)......................... Fuel oil............................................................. Kerosene......................................................... Wood............................................................... Solar................................................................

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H-2a1 [If Electricity is named] ELWARM ELWATER ELFOOD ELCOOL ELOTHER How do you use electricity in your home? Do you use it for. . . . Yes

No

Heating your home .......................................... 1....................... 0 Air conditioning ................................................ 1....................... 0 Heating water ................................................... 1....................... 0 Cooking ............................................................. 1....................... 0 Some other use (Specify ________) ................. 1....................... 0

H-2a2 [If Natural gas is named] UGWARM UGWATER UGCOOK UGOTH natural gas in your home? Do you use it for. . . . Yes

How do you use No

Heating your home ........................................... 1....................... 0 Heating water .................................................... 1....................... 0 Cooking.............................................................. 1....................... 0 Some other use (Specify ________) ................. 1....................... 0

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H-2a3 [If Bottled gas is named] LPWARM LPWATER LPCOOK LPGRILL LPOTHER How do you use bottled gas in your home? Do you use it for. . . . No Yes Heating your home ........................................... 1....................... 0 Heating water .................................................... 1....................... 0 Operating a Cooking Stove.............................. 1....................... 0 Outdoor Grill...................................................... 1....................... 0 Some other use (Specify ________) ................. 1....................... 0

H-2a4 [If Fuel oil is named] FOWARM FOWATER FOOTHER How do you use fuel oil in your home? Do you use it for. . . . No Yes Heating your home ........................................... 1....................... 0 Heating water .................................................... 1....................... 0 Some other use (Specify ________) ................. 1....................... 0

H-2a5 [If Kerosene is named] KRWARM KRWATER KROTHER How do you use kerosene in your home? Do you use it for. . . . No Yes Heating your home ........................................... 1....................... 0 Heating water .................................................... 1....................... 0 Some other use (Specify ________) ................. 1....................... 0

H-2a6 [If Wood is named] WDWARM WDWATER WDOTHER How do you use wood in your home? Do you use it for. . . . No Yes Heating your home ........................................... 1....................... 0 Heating water .................................................... 1....................... 0 Some other use (Specify ________) ................. 1....................... 0

H-2a7 [If Solar is named] SOLWARM SOLWATER SOLPOOL SOLOTHER How do you use solar in your home? Do you use it for. . . . No Yes Heating your home ........................................... 1....................... 0 Heating water .................................................... 1....................... 0 Swimming pool heater...................................... 1....................... 0 Some other use (Specify ________) ................. 1....................... 0

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PELHEAT PELHOTWA PELCOOK PELAC PELLIGHT PGASHEAT PGASHTWA PUGCOOK PUGOTH FOPAY LPGPAY [Ask for all fuels/end uses not already recorded by CAPI as N/A] In the past 12 months was the (fuel) used for (end use) paid for by your household, included in the rent or condo fee, or paid some other way? HH Pays Rent/Fee Other Way Don’t Know Electricity for . . . Heating your home.................... 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Air-Conditioning......................... 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Heating water ............................ 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Cooking ..................................... 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Lighting and Appliances ............ 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Natural Gas for . . . Heating your home.................... 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Heating water ............................ 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Cooking ..................................... 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Other uses................................. 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Fuel Oil................................................... 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8 Bottled Gas ............................................ 1 ....................... 2 ....................... 3....................... 8

H-4

[If USEEL=Yes or USENG=Yes] DEREG Some households can choose to buy electricity and natural gas from companies other than their local utility. This is often called deregulation or customer choice. Have you heard about this? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 H-4a

[If Yes and USEEL=Yes] DEREGEL Are you able to buy electricity from a company other than your local utility? [Interviewer: If the respondent does not understand the question then add: In the past your electricity has been supplied by your local utility. Now, companies outside your local area are able to contact you and ask that you buy from them instead of the local company.] Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 H-4a1 [If Yes] BUYDRGEL Do you buy your electricity from someone other than your local utility? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

H-4b

[If Yes and USENG=Yes] DEREGNG Are you able to buy natural gas from a company other than your local utility? [Interviewer: If the respondent does not understand the question then add: In the past your natural gas has been supplied by your local utility. Now, companies outside your local area are able to contact you and ask that you buy from them instead of the local company.] Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

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H-4b1 [If Yes] BUYDRGNG Do you buy your natural gas from someone other than your local utility? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

H-5

[If USELP=Yes] LPGDELV Is bottled gas delivered to your home? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6 H-5a

[If Yes] NDIFLPCO How many different companies delivered bottled gas to you in the past 12 months? Enter the number ......................

H-5b

[If Yes] NLPDELNC About how many deliveries did your household get in the past 12 months? Enter the number .............................. Don’t know ........................................ 96 Did not live here the full 12 months ... 95

H-6

[If USEFO=Yes] QUANTFO Please look at Exhibit H-6. About how many gallons of fuel oil did your household use in the past 12 months? Less than 100 gallons .......................... 100 to 499 gallons................................ 500 to 1,000 gallons............................. More than 1,000 gallons....................... Don't know ...........................................

H-7

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[If USEFO=Yes] FODEL Is fuel oil delivered to your home? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6 H-7a

[If Yes] NDIFFOCO How many different companies delivered fuel oil to your household in the past 12 months? Enter the number ................. Don't know ............................. 96

H-7b

[If Yes] NFODELNC About how many deliveries did your household get in the past 12 months? Enter the number .................................... Don’t know .............................................. 96 Did not live here the full 12 months ........ 95

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[If USEKERO=Yes] KERODEL You mentioned that you use kerosene in your household. Is kerosene delivered to your home? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6 H-8a

[If Yes] NDIFKRCO How many different companies delivered kerosene to your household in the past 12 months? Enter the number ................. Don't know ............................ 96

H-8b

[If Yes] NKRDEL About how many deliveries did your household get in the past 12 months? Enter the number .................. Don’ know ............................. 96

H-9

[If USEKERO=Yes] KEROCASH Did your household buy kerosene in the past 12 months and bring it home, that is, cash and carry? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6 H-9a

[If Yes] NOCRCASH How many times in the past 12 months did your household buy kerosene and bring it home? Enter the number .................................... Don’t know .............................................. 96 Did not live here the full 12 months ........ 95

H-9b

[If Yes] NKRGALNC There are five common sizes of portable kerosene containers: 1 gallon, 3 gallon, 5 gallon, 10 gallon, and 55 gallon. On average how many gallons of kerosene did your household buy and bring home each time? Enter the amount ................. Other ..................................... 66 Not sure................................. 77

H-9c

[If Yes] PRICEKER On average, about how much per gallon did your household pay for kerosene? Enter the amount price ......... Don’t know ............................ 96

H-9d

[If Yes] TOTPAYKER About how much did you pay for kerosene each time your household bought it (total amount)? Enter the total amount .......... Don’t know ............................ 96

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H-10

[If USEWOOD=Yes] TYPEWOOD You mentioned that you use wood as a fuel in your household. What kinds of wood do you burn? Do your burn . . . No Yes Wood logs or split wood? ............................................. 1 ....................... Wood scraps? ................................................................ 1 ....................... Wood pellets? ................................................................ 1 ....................... Any other kind of wood? ............................................... 1 .......................

0 0 0 0

H-10a [If WOODUSE=Yes] WOODAMT Please look at Exhibit H-10. In the past 12 months about how much wood has your household burned? Less than half a cord......................................... 1 More than half but less than a whole cord ........ 2 At least one full cord.......................................... 3 More than one full cord ..................................... 4 Bags of pellets (if volunteered............................ 5 Don’t know ........................................................ 6 H-10a1 [If 1+ cord] CORDPLUS About how many cords would you estimate you burned? 1 ..................................................... 1 1½ .................................................. 2 2 .................................................... 3 2½ .................................................. 4 3 or more........................................ 5 [If 3+ cords] Enter the number ..........

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Section I: FUEL BILLS I-1

SIGNFORM You have just told us how your household uses energy. We would like to find out how much (name the fuels that the household uses) you actually used in the past year. We realize that this would be very difficult for you to tell us right now. But we can get that information directly from your fuel suppliers. So we can contact your fuel suppliers, would you please sign this form? Authorization Form Signed................... 1 Authorization Form Not Signed ........... 0 → SKIP TO J-1

I-1a

For verification purposes, may I have your name, mailing address, and telephone number? My supervisor may want to call you to see how I conducted myself during this interview. Name ___________________________________________________________ Street ___________________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________________________ State_________________________________________ ZIP Code___________ Area Code __________ Telephone Number _____________________________

[If the respondent earlier reported purchasing their electricity from a deregulated supplier, ask this series of supplier question. Otherwise SKIP to Question I-3.] I-2

[If BUYDRGEL=Yes] Earlier you told me that you buy electricity for your home from a supplier other than your local electric company. What is the name of your supplier and what is your account number? Supplier Name ____________________________________________________ Account Number __________________________________________________ I-2a

DRELBILL Does your electricity bill come addressed to you or is it in another name? Same name............................. 1 Another name ......................... 2 I-2a1

[If another name] What is the billing name? Billing Name ________________________________________

I-2b

ELSUPP2 Since January 1, 2001, has any other supplier delivered electricity to your household? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0 I-2b1

[If Yes] What is the name of that supplier and what is the account number? Supplier Name ______________________________________________ Account Number ____________________________________________

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I-2b1a ELBILL2 Does that electricity bill come addressed to you or is it in another name? Same name............................. 1 Another name ......................... 2 I-2b1aa

[If Another name] What is the billing name? Billing Name _________________________________________

I-3

[If household pays for electricity and BUYDRGEL=No] What is the name and account number of your household's electricity supplier? Supplier Name ____________________________________________________ Account Number __________________________________________________ I-3a

BILNAMEL Does your electricity bill come addressed to you or is it in another name? Same name............................. 1 Another name ......................... 2 I-3a1

[If Another name] What is the billing name? Billing Name ________________________________________

[If the respondent earlier reported purchasing their natural gas from a deregulated supplier, ask this series of supplier question. Otherwise SKIP to Question I-5.] I-4

[If BUYDRGNG=Yes] Earlier you told me that you buy natural gas for your home from a supplier other than your local natural gas company. What is the name of your supplier and what is your account number? Supplier Name ____________________________________________________ Account Number __________________________________________________ I-4a

DRNGBILL Does your natural gas bill come addressed to you or is it in another name? Same name............................. 1 Another name ......................... 2 I-4a1

[If Another name] What is the billing name? Billing Name ________________________________________

I-4b

NGSUPP2 Since January 1, 2001, has any other supplier delivered natural gas to your household? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0 I-4b1

[If Yes] What is the name of that supplier and what is the account number? Supplier Name ______________________________________________ Account Number ____________________________________________

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I-4b1a NGBILL2 Does that natural gas bill come addressed to you or is it in another name? Same name............................. 1 Another name ......................... 2 I-4b1aa [If Another name] What is the billing name? Billing Name _________________________________________ I-5

[If household pays for natural gas and BUYDRGNG=No] What is the name and account number of your household's natural gas supplier? Supplier Name ___________________________________________________ Account Number __________________________________________________ I-5a

BILNAMNG Does your natural gas bill come addressed to you or is it in another name? Same name............................. 1 Another name ......................... 2 I-5a1[If Another name] What is the billing name? Billing Name ________________________________________

I-6

[If household pays for bottled gas] What is the name and account number of your household's bottled gas (LPG) supplier? Supplier Name ___________________________________________________ Account Number __________________________________________________ I-6a

BILNAMLP Does your bottled gas (LPG) bill come addressed to you or is it in another name? Same name............................. 1 Another name ......................... 2 I-6a1

[If Another name] What is the billing name? Billing Name ________________________________________

I-7

[If household pays for fuel oil] What is the name and account number of your household's fuel oil supplier? Supplier Name ___________________________________________________ Account Number __________________________________________________ I-7a

BILNAMFO

Does your fuel oil bill come addressed to you or is it in another name?

Same name............................. 1 Another name ......................... 2 I-7a1

[If Another name] What is the billing name? Billing Name ________________________________________

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I-8

[If household uses and pays for kerosene] What is the name and account number of your household's kerosene supplier? Supplier Name ___________________________________________________ Account Number __________________________________________________ I-8a

BILNAMKR Does your kerosene bill come addressed to you or is it in another name? Same name............................. 1 Another name ......................... 2 I-8a1

[If Another name] What is the billing name? Billing Name ________________________________________

I-9

[If NLPDELCD>1 or NFODELNC>1 or NDIFKRCO>1] OTHSUPPS Are there any others who supplied fuel oil, bottled gas, or kerosene that we haven't covered? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 → SKIP to I-10 ADDITIONAL SUPPLIERS Interviewer: Check the box that describes each additional fuel and fill in the supplier's name and the household's account number.

I-9a

FUEL:

Fuel Oil

Bottled Gas

Kerosene

Supplier Name _____________________________________________ Account Number ____________________________________________

I-9b

FUEL:

Fuel Oil

Bottled Gas

Kerosene

Supplier Name _____________________________________________ Account Number ____________________________________________

I-9c

FUEL:

Fuel Oil

Bottled Gas

Kerosene

Supplier Name _____________________________________________ Account Number ____________________________________________

I-9d

FUEL:

Fuel Oil

Bottled Gas

Kerosene

Supplier Name _____________________________________________ Account Number ____________________________________________

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KFUELOT Do any of your household fuel bills include charges for fuel used for some purpose other than for the personal use of the members of your household? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 Don’t know .............................. 6 I-10a

[If Yes] PURPOSE Please look at the Pink Card. For which of the following purposes are costs of fuel included in your household fuel bills? Farm buildings or machinery.................................... The house or apartment of another household........ A business or office.................................................. Some use other than your own personal use? (Specify ____________) ............

I-10b

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[If Yes] BILLPUR Which fuel bills include costs of fuel used for purposes other than your own living quarters? Is it . . . Natural gas (from underground pipes), ........ Bottled gas (LPG or Propane),....................... Fuel oil,............................................................. Kerosene, or .................................................... Electricity?.......................................................

1 2 3 4 5

I-10b1 [If Natural gas] BILLUGP Please look at the Pink Card. What portion of the natural gas bill is for non-household uses? Very little (1-4%).................................. Some (5-33%)..................................... About half (34-66%) ............................ About three-quarters (67-95%) ........... Most of it (96-99%)..............................

0 1 2 3 4

I-10b2 [If Bottled gas] BILLLGP Please look at the Pink Card. What portion of the bottled gas bill is for non-household uses? Very little (1-4%).................................. Some (5-33%)..................................... About half (34-66%) ............................ About three-quarters (67-95%) ........... Most of it (96-99%) .............................

0 1 2 3 4

I-10b3 [If Fuel oil] BILLPOLP Please look at the Pink Card. What portion of the fuel oil bill is for non-household uses? Very little (1-4%).................................. Some (5-33%)..................................... About half (34-66%) ............................ About three-quarters (67-95%) .......... Most of it (96-99%)..............................

0 1 2 3 4

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I-10b4 [If Kerosene] BILLKERP Please look at the Pink Card. What portion of the kerosene bill is for non-household uses? Very little (1-4%).................................. Some (5-33%)..................................... About half (34-66%) ............................ About three-quarters (67-95%) .......... Most of it (96-99%)..............................

0 1 2 3 4

I-10b5 [If Electricity] BILLELP Please look at the Pink Card. What portion of the electric bill is for non-household uses? Very little (1-4%).................................. Some (5-33%)..................................... About half (34-66%) ............................ About three-quarters (67-95%) .......... Most of it (96-99%)..............................

I-11

0 1 2 3 4

[If home is rented, a condominium, or a cooperative] LEASER We may need some additional information about the fuels used in this building. May I have the name of the person or company to whom you pay rent or condominium/coop fees who is responsible for actually paying the (enter the names of the fuel bills paid) bills for this dwelling? Name ___________________________________________________________ Street ___________________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________________________ State_________________________________________ ZIP Code___________ Area Code __________ Telephone Number _____________________________

I-11a

[If Apartment/Mobile Home Complex] COMPLEXN Does the complex or development where you live have a formal name? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 i-11a1 [If Yes] CPLXNAME What is the Name? Name _____________________________________________

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Section J: HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS J-1

Now I have a few questions about your household. These questions will help us to make sure that the sample of households we’ve surveyed is really representative of all American households. NHSLDMEM Including yourself, how many people normally live in this household? Do not include anyone who is just visiting or children who may be away at college or in the military. Enter the number .......... J-1a

[If > 1] YEARS3 Of (this total), how many are adults 65 or older? Enter the number ......... J-1a1

[If > 0] YEARS4 Of the adults 65 or older, how many are 75 or older? Enter the number .........

J-1b

[If >1]YEARS1 Of the (remaining members of this household), how many are infants under the age of 1? Enter the number .........

J-1c

[If >1]YEARS2 Of the (remaining members of this household), how many are children between the ages of 1 and 12? Enter the number .........

J-1d

[If >1] YEARS5 According to the counts so far, there are [NHSLDMEM-YEARS3-YEARS1YEARS2] (remaining members of this household), all of whom are between of 13 and 64 years old. Is that correct? Yes ......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 J-1d1

[If No] LFTOVRFU Interviewer: Determine why the response is No and describe what the actual composition of the household. _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________

J-2

HBUSNESS Do you operate a home-based business or service? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 J-2a

[If Yes] OTHBUS Would you please tell me what kind of business or service this is? ________________________________________________________________

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OTHWORK Is there any other kind of activity occurring in your home that uses a lot more energy than would normally be used in a home? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 J-3a

[If Yes] OTHACT Could you please tell me what that activity is? ________________________________________________________________

J-4

ATHOME On a typical week day is there someone at home all day? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

J-5

DRIVECAR Do you or any other members of your household have the regular use of any cars, trucks, SUVs, or vans? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0 J-5a

[If Yes] VEHICLES How many vehicles does your household have? Enter the number ..........

J-6

DRIVEMON How many people in this household drive on a fairly regular basis? That is, drive at least once a month. Enter the number ..........

J-7

HHINTRO The next few questions are about the householder. That is, one of the people who owns or rents the home/apartment. Are you a householder? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

J-8

HHSEX

Are you/Is the householder a male or a female? Male ........................................ Female .................................... Don’t know .............................. Refused...................................

J-9

2 1 6 8

HHAGE How old are you/is the householder? Enter the age.............................. Don’t know ................................. 6 Refused...................................... 8

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EMPLOYHH How would you describe your/the householder’s employment status? Would you say Employed full-time, ............... Employed part-time, or ......... Not employed? ...................... Don’t know .............................. Refused...................................

J-11

SPOUSE Are you/Is the householder living with a spouse or partner? Yes .......................................... No............................................ Don’t know .............................. Refused...................................

J-12

1 0 6 8

SDESCENT Are you/Is the householder Hispanic or Latino? Yes .......................................... No............................................ Don’t know .............................. Refused...................................

J-13

1 2 0 6 8

1 0 6 8

ORIGIN Please look at Exhibit J-13. Which describes your/the householder’s race? You can select one or more categories. American Indian or Alaska Native................... 03 Asian ................................................................ 41 Black or African-American .............................. 02 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander........ 42 White............................................................... 01 Other (if volunteered) ..................................... 05 Hispanic (if volunteered) ................................. 07 Don’t know ...................................................... 96 Refused........................................................... 98

J-14

MONEYPY Please look at Exhibit J-14. Please tell me which category best describes the total combined income in the past 12 months of all members of your household living here from all sources – wages, interest, alimony, Social Security, and so forth – before taxes and deductions. Less than $5,000.............................................. 01 $5,000 to $9,999 .............................................. 02 $10,000 to $14,999 .......................................... 03 $15,000 to $19,999 .......................................... 04 $20,000 to $29,999 .......................................... 05 $30,000 to $39,999 .......................................... 06 $40,000 to $49,999 .......................................... 07 $50,000 to $74,999 .......................................... 08 $75,000 to $99,999 .......................................... 09 More than $100,000 ......................................... 10 Don't know ....................................................... 96 Refused............................................................ 97

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[If HHIncome=96 or 97] INC50PLU Was your household income in the past 12 months under $50,000? Yes, income under $50,000 ...........1 No....................................................0 Don't know ......................................6 Refused...........................................7

SKIP INSTRUCTIONS

If MONEYPY is less than $20,000 and NHSLDMEM = 1, GO TO K-1, Else SKIP TO M-1 If MONEYPY is less than $30,000 and NHSLDMEM = 2, GO TO K-1, Else SKIP TO M-1 If MONEYPY is less than $30,000 and NHSLDMEM = 3, GO TO K-1, Else SKIP TO M-1 If MONEYPY is less than $50,000 and NHSLDMEM > 3, GO TO K-1, Else SKIP TO M-1 If MONEYPY is $50,000 or more, SKIP TO M-1 If INC50PLU= Yes, GO TO K-1, Else SKIP TO M-1

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Section K: ENERGY ASSISTANCE K-1

K-2

In the past 12 months, did you or any member of your household living here receive any income or benefits from any of the following sources? Don’t No Know Yes K-1a

WORKPAY a. Employment income from wages and salaries or self-employment income from a business or farm .......................... 1..............0..............6

K-1b

RETIREPY b. Retirement income from Social Security, Railroad Retirement, or pensions and other retirement funds ........................... 1..............0..............6

K-1c

CASHBEN c. Cash benefits from Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or general assistance for public assistance ......................................... 1..............0..............6

K-1d

NCASHBEN d. Non-cash benefits from Food Stamps or public/subsidized housing...................................................................... 1 .............0..............6

The government has a home energy assistance program, often called HEAP, LIHEAP, or HEAT, that helps people pay for their heating, cooling and other home energy costs. These programs are run by State, county, or local governments and the assistance can be paid directly to the household or to the electric or gas company or fuel supplier. If heat is included in a household’s rent, the payment can be used to help reduce the rent. During the past 12 months did anyone in your household receive government assistance for any of the following: Don’t Yes No Know

K-3

K-2a

HEATAID Help in paying home heating costs ...................................... 1 ............ 0 .............6

K-2b

COOLAID Help in paying home cooling or air-conditioning costs ... 1 ............ 0 .............6

K-2c

LIFELINE Help with other home energy costs...................................... 1 ............ 0 .............6

K-2d

NOLIHEAP Did not receive any assistance ............................................... 1 ............ 0 .............6

[If HEATAID=Yes] How did you receive payments for your home heating costs? Was it . . . Yes

No

Don’t Know

K-3a

CASHAID

a Check sent to your household,..................................... 1..............0..............6

K-3b

FUELPAID a Payment sent directly to your utility company or fuel dealer, or was it .......................................................... 1..............0..............6

K-3c

OTHERPMT Some other method of payment, such as a coupon or voucher, or two-party check?............................. 1..............0..............6

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GOVTAMT About how much money did you, or your utility or fuel supplier, receive for heating your home in the past 12 months? Interviewer: Enter whole dollars below. Enter the amount received .................. $ Don’t know (if volunteered) .................. 6

K-4

NOPY In the past 12 months was your electricity ever discontinued because you were unable to pay your electric bill? Yes ......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

K-5

K-6

Was there ever a time during the past 12 months when you wanted to use your main source of heat, but could not, for one or more of the following reasons: No Yes K-5a

NOPYFIX Your heating system was broken and you were unable to pay for its repair or replacement?................................ 1..............0

K-5b

NOPYFL You ran out of fuel oil, kerosene, LPG, coal, or wood because you were unable to pay for a delivery?........................ 1..............0

K-5c

NOPYEL The utility company discontinued your gas or electric service because you were unable to pay your bill?................ 1..............0

[If NOPYFIX or NOPYFL or NOPYEL = Yes] NNOHEAT Thinking about these times that you went without heat -- how many separate times were there?

Enter the number of times.......... K-6a

HRSNOHT Altogether, how many hours or days were you without heat in the past 12 months?

Enter the number of hours/days..............

Hours Days

When you were without heat, was it during the . . . Yes

K-6d

No

Not Sure

K-6b

NOHWIN October through March period, or the..................... 1..............0..............6

K-6c

NOHSUM April through September period? ........................... 1..............0..............6

OTHERWAY During these times, were you able to heat your home some other way? Yes .......................................... 1 No............................................ 0

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Section L: NOT USED

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Section M: HOUSING UNIT MEASUREMENTS [Interviewer Instruction: Get the yellow Measurements/Authorization Form Booklet for this household. Record the Location #, the Housing Unit #, and your Interviewer # at the top of the Housing Unit Measurements cover page. The Location # is (location number) The Housing Unit # is (housing unit #)] M-1

MEASURE To understand the usage of energy in your home/apartment, we need to know its size in square feet. With your permission, I would like to measure your home. Measurements follow ................. 1 Respondent refused................... 7 Other .......................................... 2

M-2

SQFTEST Would you tell me how many square feet of heated space you have in your home/apartment? Your best estimate will do. Enter the square footage here ................ Don't know .............................................. 96

[Interviewer: If respondent refused to let you measure the housing unit, thank him/her and end the interview.]

THERE IS NO QUESTION M-3 M-4

[If Apartment in 2-4 unit building] Was this structure originally designed and built as an apartment building or was it converted into an apartment building? Built as an apartment building.............................. 1 Converted into an apartment building .................. 2 M-4a

[If Converted] Was this structure originally built as a single-family house? Yes ............................................. 1 No............................................... 0 M-4a1 [If Yes] Would you say that your apartment is more like what is commonly thought of as a single-family house or would you say it is more like what is commonly thought of as an apartment? More like a single-family house............... 1 More like an apartment ........................... 2

THERE ARE NO QUESTIONS M-5 THROUGH M-7 M-8

[If Question M-4=Built as an apartment building or Question M-4a=No or Question M-4a1=More like an apartment] Most apartments have all the living space on a single level. Is the living space of your entire apartment on a single level? Yes ............................................. 1 No............................................... 0

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M-8a

[If No] How many levels does your apartment have? Enter the number of levels here.............. [If Question M-8a > 3 or Question A-4 =Some other type: Interviewer Instruction: This housing unit is some type of unusual structure. Use the Measurements Booklet to mark and, if necessary, sketch the shape of each floor, and manually record all measurements.]

M-9a

Please look at Exhibit M-9. Thinking about the main or first floor of your home, let’s work together to find which of these shapes best describes the shape of the living space (if applicable: including the garage) on the main or first floor? Square or Rectangle .......................................... 1 T-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles)................. 2 L-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles .................. 3 Some other shape.............................................. 4

M-9b1 [If Question A-4=Two stories, Three stories, or Split-level or Question M-8a=2 or 3. Otherwise, skip to Question M-9c1.] Is the shape of the second floor of this housing unit the same as the first floor? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0

→ Skip to Question M-9b3

M-9b2 [If Yes] Is the size of the second floor of this housing unit the same as the first floor? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0

→ Skip to Question M-9c1

M-9b3 [If Question M-9b1=No or Question M-9b2=No] Please look at Exhibit M-9. Thinking about the second floor of your home, let’s work together to find which of the shapes best describes the shape of the living space on the second floor? Square or Rectangle .......................................... 1 T-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles)................. 2 L-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles) ................. 3 Some other shape.............................................. 4 Not applicable .................................................... 9 M-9c1 [If Question A-4=Three stories or Split-level or Question M-8a=3. Otherwise, skip to Question M-9d1.] Is the shape of the third floor of this housing unit the same as the second floor? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0

→ Skip to Question M-9c3

M-9c2 [If Yes] Is the size of the third floor of this housing unit the same as the second floor? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0

→ Skip to Question M-9d1

M-9c3 [If Question M-9c1=No or Question M-9c2=No] Please look at Exhibit M-9. Thinking about the third floor of your home, let’s work together to find which of these shapes best describes the shape of the living space on the third floor? Square or Rectangle .......................................... 1 T-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles)................. 2 L-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles) ................. 3 Some other shape.............................................. 4 Not applicable .................................................... 9

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M-9d1 [If Question A-11a=Yes, or If Question A-11b=All or Part or Question A-11c=Yes, and If an apartment in a 2-4 unit building and Question A-11c=All or Part. Otherwise, skip to Question M-9e1.] Is the shape of the attic of this housing unit the same as the floor under it? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0

→ Skip to Question M-9d3

M-9d2 [If Yes] Is the size of the attic of this housing unit the same as the floor under it? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0

→ Skip to Question M-9e1

M-9d3 [If Question M-9d1=No or Question M-9d2=No] Please look at Exhibit M-9. Thinking about the attic of your home, let’s work together to find which of these shapes describes the shape of the living space in the attic? [Interviewer Instruction: If this is an apartment in a 2-4 unit building, remind the respondent to include only the space that they have exclusive use of in the description.] Square or Rectangle .......................................... 1 T-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles)................. 2 L-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles) ................. 3 Some other shape.............................................. 4 Not applicable .................................................... 9

M-9e1 [If Question A-5a (Basement)=Yes; and If Question A-5a=All or Part; and If an apartment in a 2-4 unit building and Question A-5b=All or Part. Otherwise, skip to the Measurements Instructions.] Is the shape of the basement of this housing unit the same as the floor directly above it? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0

→ Skip to Question M9e3.

M-9e2 [If Yes] Is the size of the basement of this housing unit the same as the floor directly above it? Yes ........................................... 1 No............................................. 0 M-9e

→ Skip to the Measurements Instructions.

[If Question 9e1=No or Question M-9e2=No] Please look at Exhibit M-9. Thinking about the basement of your home (if applicable: including the garage), let’s work together to find which of these shapes best describes the shape of the basement? [Interviewer Instruction: If this is an apartment in a 2-4 unit building, remind the respondent to include only the space that they have exclusive use of in the description.] Square or Rectangle .......................................... 1 T-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles)................. 2 L-shaped (2 Squares or Rectangles) ................. 3 Some other shape.............................................. 4 Not applicable .................................................... 9

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Measurement Instructions For all housing units: The main or first floor of this housing unit (if applicable, including the garage) is to be measured. In the Measurements Booklet, for the First Floor, check the box for: (Shape of Floor) If the floor is “Some Other Shape”: Record all information for this floor inside the Measurements Booklet.

If Question M-9b1=No or Question M-9b2=No: This housing unit has a second floor that is to be measured. In the Measurements Booklet, for the Second Floor, check the boxes for: Measure (Shape of Floor) If the floor is Some Other Shape: Record all information for this floor inside the Measurements Booklet.

If Question M-9c1=No or Question M-9c2=No: This housing unit has a third floor that is to be measured. In the Measurements Booklet, for the Third Floor, check the boxes for: Measure (Shape of Floor) If the floor is Some Other Shape: Record all information for this floor inside the Measurements Booklet.

If Question M-9d1=No or Question M-9d2=No: This housing unit has an attic that is to be measured. In the Measurements Booklet, for the Attic, check the boxes for: Measure (Shape of Floor) If the floor is Some Other Shape: Record all information for this floor inside the Measurements Booklet.

If Question M-9e1=No or Question M-9e2=No: This basement of this housing unit (if applicable, including the garage) is to be measured. In the Measurements Booklet, for the Basement, check the boxes for: Measure (Shape of Floor) If the floor is Some Other Shape: Record all information for this floor inside the Measurements Booklet.

If Question M-8a > 3 or Question A-4 = Four or more stories: This housing unit has more than 3 floors (in addition to any attics or basements). You are to measure all the floors in this housing unit. For the first four floors (and any attics or basements), use the available pages in the yellow Measurements Booklet to sketch the shape of the floor and to record your measurements. For each additional floor, use a separate piece of paper to sketch the shape of the floor and to record your measurements. Securely attach these papers to the yellow Measurements Booklet

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M-10a [If Question M-9a=Square or Rectangle] Interviewer Instruction: Measure the length and width of the first/main floor. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot. Enter the length here..................

Enter the width here...................

M-10b [If Question M-9a=L- or T-shaped] Interviewer Instruction: Divide the first/main floor into two squares or rectangles and measure the length and the width each one. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot. Enter the length of the first area here .............................

Enter the width of the first area here.............................

Enter the length of the second area here .......................

Enter the width of the second area here .......................

M-10c Interviewer Instruction: Record where the first/main floor measurements were taken. Outside the unit .................................................. 1 Inside the unit..................................................... 2 Other (Specify __________ ).............................. 3 Not measured .................................................... 4 Not applicable .................................................... 9

M-11a [If Question M-9b3=Square or Rectangle, or If Question M-9a=Square or Rectangle and Question M-9b=Yes] Interviewer Instruction: If Question M-9b1=No or Question M-9b2=No, measure the length and width of the second floor. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot. Enter the length here..................

Enter the width here...................

M-11b [If Question M-9b3=L- or T-shaped or If Question M-9a=L- or T-shaped and Question M-9b1=Yes] Interviewer Instruction: If Question M-9b1=No or Question M-9b2=No, divide the second floor into two squares or rectangles. Measure the length and the width each one. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot. Enter the length of the first area here .............................

Enter the width of the first area here.............................

Enter the length of the second area here .......................

Enter the width of the second area here .......................

M-11c Interviewer Instruction: Record where the second-floor measurements were taken. Outside the unit .................................................. 1 Inside the unit..................................................... 2 Other (Specify ________________ ) ................ 3 Not measured .................................................... 4 Not applicable .................................................... 9

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M-12a [If Question M-9c3=Square or Rectangle, or if the third floor is otherwise determined to be a Square or Rectangle] Interviewer Instruction: If Question M-9c1=No or Question M-9c2=No, measure the length and width of the third floor. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot. Enter the length here..................

Enter the width here...................

M-12b [If Question M-9c=L- or T-shaped or if the third floor is otherwise determined to be L- or T-shaped] Interviewer Instruction: If Question M-9b1=No or Question M-9b2=No, divide the third floor into two squares or rectangles and measure the length and the width each one. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot. Enter the length of the first area here .............................

Enter the width of the first area here.............................

Enter the length of the second area here .......................

Enter the width of the second area here .......................

M-12c Interviewer Instruction: Record where the third-floor measurements were taken. Outside the unit .................................................. 1 Inside the unit..................................................... 2 Other (Specify ________________ ) ................ 3 Not measured .................................................... 4 Not applicable .................................................... 9

M-13a [If Question M-9d=Square or Rectangle, or if the attic is otherwise determined to be a Square or Rectangle] Interviewer Instruction: If Question M-9d1=No or Question M-9d1 = No, measure the length and width of the attic. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot.

Enter the length here..................

Enter the width here...................

M-13b [If Question M-9d=L- or T-shaped or if the attic is otherwise determined to be L- or T-shaped] Interviewer Instruction: If Question M-9d1=No or Question M-9d2=No, divide the attic into two squares or rectangles and measure the length and the width each one. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot. Enter the length of the first area here .............................

Enter the width of the first area here.............................

Enter the length of the second area here .......................

Enter the width of the second area here .......................

M-13c Interviewer Instruction: Record where the attic measurements were taken. Outside the unit .................................................. 1 Inside the unit..................................................... 2 Other (Specify ________________ ) ................ 3 Not measured .................................................... 4 Not applicable .................................................... 9

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M-14a [If Question M-9e=Square or Rectangle, or If Question M-9a=Square or Rectangle and Question M-9e1=Yes ] Interviewer Instruction: If Question M-9e1=No or Question M-9e2=No, measure the length and width of the basement. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot. Enter the length here..................

Enter the width here...................

M-14b [If Question M-9e=L- or T-shaped, or If Question M-9a=L- or T-shaped and Question M-9e1=Yes] Interviewer Instruction: If Question M-9e1=No or Question M-9e2=No, divide the basement into two squares or rectangles and measure the length and the width each one. Record the measurements in the spaces below. Round the length and width to the nearest whole foot. Enter the length of the first area here .............................

Enter the width of the first area here.............................

Enter the length of the second area here .......................

Enter the width of the second area here .......................

M-14c Interviewer Instruction: Record where the basement measurements were taken. Outside the unit .................................................. 1 Inside the unit..................................................... 2 Other (Specify ________________ ) ................ 3 Not measured .................................................... 4 Not applicable .................................................... 9

If Question M-8a > 3 or Question A-4=Four or more stories: This housing unit has more than 3 floors (in addition to any attics or basements). There is no more room in the CAPI system to enter the measurements for these other floors. Be sure to securely attach the papers that include the sketches of the shape and the measurements of these additional floors to the yellow Measurements Booklet. The Data Processing Department will enter this information for you.

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THAT IS THE LAST QUESTION I HAVE. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR TIME AND COOPERATION. HAVE A PLEASANT DAY/EVENING.

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY 2001 RESIDENTIAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION SURVEY Authorization Form

Location #

Housing Unit #

I hereby give permission to the electric, natural gas, fuel oil, and bottled gas (including LPG and propane) company or companies that provide energy to me to provide information to Roper Starch Worldwide Inc., Inc. (or other designee of the U.S. Department of Energy) for confidential use in connection with their survey for the U.S. Department of Energy. This authorization covers the following data for the period from October 1, 2000, through December 31, 2002: 1) the total amount of fuels used by my household 2) the total price charged for fuels used by my household Companies are authorized to provide this information by monthly periods or by delivery date, whichever applies. An electronic copy of this authorization may be accepted with the same authority as the original.

Signature: ____________________________________________________ Date: _____________________ Printed Name: _____________________________________________________________________________

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