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Table 7 Low importance variables studied in the literature

From: Determinants of household electricity consumption in Greece: a statistical analysis

a/a Variable Studies that consider the variable
1 Importance to reduce the amount of energy use Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
2 Importance to spend less money on energy bills Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
3 Feeling of the level of involvement of the government with energy conservation Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
4 Interest in learning more about ways to save energy in the house Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
5 Interest in using an eventual computer software that could serve to program and control the amount of energy used in the house Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
6 Feeling of the safety of the neighborhood Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
7 Insecurity and fear of crime Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
8 Number of new major energy efficient appliances purchased over the last 5 years Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
9 Type of fuel per appliance (oven, cloth dryer, pool heater) Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
10 Renovation the last 5-10 years Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
11 Type of fuel for the heating system/water heating Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
12 Number of floors Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
13 Presence of window overhangs (in each direction) Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
14 Amount willing to spend on a new energy device if it would result in long term reductions in energy costs Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
15 Effective U-value of windows/doors/walls/ceiling (Btu/h ft2 ° F) Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
16 Ceiling area Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
17 Total net exterior wall are Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
18 Total window area Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
19 Foundation/Basement wall U-value Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
20 Number of air changes per hour at 50 Pa Ndiaye and Gabriel (2011)
21 The respondent is informed about the global environmental problems Sardianou (2007)
22 The respondent recognizes his contribution to environmental problems Sardianou (2007)