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    Do, Yen Thi Kim
    University of Skövde, School of Humanities and Informatics.
    Data Modelling of Electricity Data in Sweden: Pre-study of the Envolve Project2011Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Electricity has always had a great impact on our daily life. It plays an important role in every aspect  of  society,  economy,  and  technology  of  every  nation.  Sweden  among  other  Nordic countries has always strived to improve its energy landscape. Currently, Nuclear power and Hydroelectricity  are  the  main  methods  of  energy  generation  in  this  country.  Together  with exploring  new  ways  of  generating  energy  without  dependency  on  nuclear  power,  Sweden also  expresses  an  interest  in  encouraging  households  and  companies  to  use  energy  in  an efficient way in order to reduce energy  consumption and its associated costs. The scope of this thesis is to review and evaluate various state-of-the-art data analysis tools and algorithms to  generate  a  meaningful  consumer  behaviour  model  based  on  the  electricity  usage  data collected   from   households   in   several   areas   of   Sweden.   Understanding   the   demand characteristics  for  electricity  would  give  electric  suppliers  more  power  in  shaping  their marketing strategies as well as setting appropriate electricity pricing.

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