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ESTIMASTING THE ELASTICITY OF

ENERGY OVER CONSUMPTION AT


MICRO LEVEL
QUANTITY OF OVER CONSUMPTION
ON THE ENERGY CONSUMED

Calculated by subtractiong the Quantity willing to be consumed


quantity concumed with subsidy without subsidy
CONSUMER’S UTILITY MAXIMIZATION
TWO STAGE BUDGETING (FIRST STAGE)

Budget Share of Energy Expenditure

Household Expenditure Demographic Variabel

Expenditure Elasticity

Engel Function

Budget Share of Each Energy Type

The Linear Approximate Almost Deal Demand System


TWO STAGE BUDGETING (SECOND
STAGE)

• Energy price for energy type


Inverse Mill Ratio (MRH) • Energy price for different energy type
• Probit regression • Total energy expenditure per household
(maximum • Age of house hold head
likehood) • Number of person living together
• Seemingly Unrelated • Yeras of shooling of house hold head
Regression (SUR) • Dummy variable for gender of
techinque and fulfilling household head
Probability of household the restriction of • Constant term pf budget share of over
would consume a specific homogenity and consumption
energy • Error term of budget share
symmetry
LA-AIDS
COST OF OVER CONSUMPTION
OWN PROCE ELASTICITY
INTEGRATED EXPENDITURE ELASTICITY
INTENSITY OF ENERGY USE, TOTAL AND
BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY

Name

Bried Definition Indicator Unit of Measurement

Placement in The CSD Indicator


Set
POLICY RELEVANCE

Purpose

International Conventions and


Relevance to Un/Sustainability
Agreements

International Targets /
Linkages to Other Indicator
Recommend Standards
METHODOLOGY DESCRIPTION

Underlying
Measurements Limitations of
Definitions
Methods The Indicator
and Concepts

Alternatif
Status of The
Definitions /
Methodology
Indicators
ASSESSMENT OF DATA

Data Needed to Compile the


Indicator

National and International Data


Availibility and Sources

Data References
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