Electric appliances that you do not want to refrain from using most even on power saving are "PC" regardless of age or gender

ByEd Yourdon

"What kind of home appliances do you not want to refrain from using at the time of energy saving?" "If we can avoid power shortage and nuclear power plant restart by accepting price increases for home electricity charges, how much can we stand up?" "What kind of circumstances can be tolerated?" "About what people are thinking as power saving measures in the summer of this year" that provides a self-type questionnaire serviceFastask」Seems to have conducted a survey for men and women aged 20 years and over living in Tokyo · Osaka.

Survey on consciousness concerning power saving measures | Fastask (Fast Ask)

There were a total of 2169 people, including 1054 in Tokyo and 1115 in Osaka. There are 1061 males and 1108 females. "N" described in the image is the number of respondents.

1: Even with power saving, home appliances that you do not want to refrain from using most are "PC" regardless of age or sex


Even with power saving, home appliances and lifestyles that you do not want to refrain from using or reduce performance, are better than "freezer refrigerators" (14.9%), "air conditioners" (10.3%), and "televisions" (6.0% People who cited "personal computer" were the most frequent, 24.8%. Even when I look at age and sex, I got the most people listing "personal computer".

2: For a majority of people, "Limit to raising electricity price up to 10%" is the limit

ByThomas Hawk

If we could avoid power shortage and reactivation of nuclear power plants by accepting price increases for household electricity charges, we asked about to what extent we could tolerate the price increase, 38.5 %, While those who "can stand up to 10%" were 50.1%. It seems that the price increase is limited to 10%.

3: Difference in consciousness between "Tokyo" experienced planned blackouts and "Osaka" inexperienced


For saving energy, Tokyo can accept 14.8%, Osaka 10.9%, 'Tokyo street lights are thinned out' 48.9% and Osaka 38.1%, which can tolerate "street lamps disappear" It turned out that people living in Tokyo tend to tolerate the inconvenience caused by power saving overall. On the other hand, those who can accept "train thinning operation" are reversed to 24.4% in Tokyo and 30.0% in Osaka, while Tokyo is 34.9% in total, 25.7% in Osaka, "unacceptable" or " . Those living in Tokyo seem to have experienced inconvenience in fact when experiencing train thinning driving last year.

Although it is a television which accounted for 6% of the whole as "home appliances not wanting to refrain from using the most""Power saving effect by turning off TV is 1.7 times of air conditioner"The results of the survey have also come out.

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