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한국실내디자인학회|논문집 2024년 4월

논문명 저소득 고령자의 하・동절기 주택 에너지 비용 부담 및 인식 비교・분석 연구 / A Comparison of Summer and Winter Home Energy Cost Burdens and Perceptions Among Low-Income Older Adults: An Analytical Study
저자명 이수민 ; 김혜연 ; 권현주
발행사 한국실내디자인학회
수록사항 한국실내디자인학회 논문집, Vol.33 No.2(통권 163호) (2024-04)
페이지 시작페이지(1) 총페이지(9)
ISSN 12297992
주제분류 계획및설계
주제어 주택 온열환경; 노후 주택; 고령자; 단독주택; 다가구주택 ; Thermal Environment; Old Housing; Older Adults; Single-family Home; Low-rise Multifamily Housing
요약2 Due to climate change and the increase in energy costs, the number of people with heat-related illnesses is increasing among older adults. Although the government implements adequate thermal environment supporting programs, they mainly support energy costs based on income levels during winter. The purpose of this study is to compare the home energy costs, energy cost burden, energy cost burden stress level, and home thermal environment and home performance satisfaction of low-income older adults living in old houses in summer and winter. The target population of this study was senior households living in old single-family and low-rise multifamily houses located in Jingu, Busan, and a total of 50 older adults participated in the face-to-face survey. While the result of this study showed that winter home heating conditions are worse than summer, the participants lived in inadequate indoor temperatures even in the summer. It is necessary to consider expanding energy-supporting programs based on the actual condition of low-income seniors who do not currently receive home energy support policies and the thermal environment of their homes. For low-income seniors living in older homes, there is a need to not only support energy costs, but also improve home building performance over the long term. In addition, it is necessary to expand energy support policies that are concentrated in winter to summer and to support low-income seniors living in old houses who are in the gap of energy support programs. This study is expected to be referred to as a basis for future policy improvements.
소장처 한국실내디자인학회
언어 한국어
DOI http://doi.org/10.14774/JKIID.2024.33.2.001