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5% of total water heater energy consumption) and 481 kWh/year in North America (12% of total water heater energy consumption). Space cooling Demand for residential space cooling is growing in OECD countries but is at markedly different levels in different regions. 2 TWh in 2000. The share of IEA Households having air-conditioning was ~38% in 1998; however, the penetration of air-conditioning is very variable across the OECD. In the US, about 80% of new homes are designed with central air-conditioning and overall penetration rates had reached 37% of the residential building stock by 1993.

A. a. The number of linear fluorescent lamps per household appears to be quite stable. By contrast, the number of CFLs per household appears to be growing in OECD Europe and Japan, albeit at quite a slow rate. 5 shows the evolution of global CFL sales by region from 1994 to 1998 and the estimated number of lamps destined for use in the residential sector. 2 CFLs per household in OECD Europe. The number of installed lamps per lamp-type is not necessarily representative of the overall proportion of lighting by lamp type as some studies have found that energy savings lamps such as CFLs are usually deployed in the rooms with the highest lighting use and hence account for a disproportionately high share of the total lighting load.

Turkey ? 1 Use of labels, standards and targets programmes for major home appliances (as of January 2002) 2 POLICIES USED IN IEA COUNTRIES 2 POLICIES USED IN IEA COUNTRIES (NAEEEC), made up of Commonwealth and states and territories officials, has harmonised existing state programmes and organised efforts to develop new programmes. However, because of the constitutional situation, the NAEEEC is still technically a co-ordination body. It writes model legislation that the states and territories then mirror.

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