Review meeting of Residential Consumption Survey conducted by Chiang Mai University in Thailand
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Review meeting of Residential Consumption Survey conducted by Chiang Mai University in Thailand

Date: 14 Nov 2016 - 15 Nov 2016
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Event: Review meeting to review and guide Chiang Mai University’s residential energy consumption survey reporting to the Ministry of Energy, Thailand.
Title: Residential Energy Consumption Survey in Thailand
Organization: Chiang Mai University (CMU)
Organizing Person: Assoc. Prof. Wongkot Wongsapai
Department Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Date: 14-15, November 2016
Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Place: Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand
MASHRAE: Ir Leong Siew Meng
Representatives: Chiang Mai University, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN & East Asia
Report: Chiang Mai University was commissioned by the Ministry of Energy, Thailand to conduct a residential energy consumption survey in Thailand. ERIA provided technical assistance including statistical approach to guide CMU’s development and analysis of the survey. MASHRAE was invited to join ERIA as part of the technical team to provide support in engineering and energy aspects of the survey.
  CMU’s survey form was designed to comprise Part 1: Economic and social information; Part 2: Energy Consumption; Part 3: Energy sources and price; Part 4: Eenrgy generation; and Part 5: Future potential change of fuel type for cooking and transport.
  This meeting reviewed CMU’s progress report in their completion of the Noerthern Thaialnd survey including data validation, data analyses and reporting.
  MASHRAE also presented a topic on household energy efficiency which included lessons learned in ASEAN region on residential energy survey and its applications to CMU’s survey team. In the review of the survey data and analyses, MASHRAE participated in the data validation exercise and analysis review.
  The review exercise completed the data validation, which resulted in improvement in the credibility of data classification and analyses as well as improvement in the presentation of the survey report. The meeting also discussed and finalise the contents and structure of the final report to be prepared by CMU.
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