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CHART 3-B. ENERGY USED BY DOMESTIC ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

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Total Number of Appliances in Occupied Homes
On

On

1933, % in 12-31-39 19-31-33 Average Use

Total in
Active
Service

Annual
Kwhr
Use

Total Kilowatt

hours Used in 1933

Appliance

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Flatirons

19,080,000 19,400,000 19,240,000 70 Vacuum Cleaners 9,300,000 9,400,000 9,350,000 70 Radios (socket only)

'13,500,000 15,000,000 14,250,000 70 Washing Machines 7,600,000 8,000,000 7,800,000 70 Toasters

8,200,000 8,000,000 8,100,000 37%, Percolators 5,500,000 5,100,000 5,300,000 40 Space Heaters 3,300,000 3,100,000 3,200,000 37'/, Refrigerators 4,050,000 5,000,000 4,525,000 90 Ronges

1,100,000 1,140,000 1,120,000 90 Oil Burners

704,000 780,000 742,000 95
Ironing Machines 740,000 768,000 754,000 80
Water Heaters 268,000 268,000 268,000 75
Electric Clocks 6,500,000 7,500,000 7,000,000 90
Total Above Appliances
Small Appliances and Lighting
Total, All Domestic Sales

13,470,000

6,545,000 10,000,000 5,460,000 3,040,000 2,120,000 1,200,000 4,075,000 1,000,000 705,000 603,000

201,000 6,300,000

50 673,500,000 36 235,000,000 85 850,000,000

131,000,000 50 152,000,000 SO 106,000,000 40 48,000,000 575 2,343,000,000 1,750 1,750,000,000 240 169,900,000

125 75,400,000 3,000 603,000,000 18 113,400,000

7,250, 100,000 238 4,710,156,000

11,900,256,000

19,800,000

Source: Edison Electric Institute.

TABLE 4-A.-An estimate of employment, pay roll, and man-hours required in the

electrical manufacturing industry together with the industries which supply it with materials and services to manufacture electric power equipment purchased by public utilities 1

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1925.
1926
1927
1928-
1929
1930.
1931
1932
1933.
1934.
Average per year-

6 years 1925-30
4 years 1931-34
Estimated 5 years 1935-39..

1 Includes municipal and Government central stations.

This is the equivalent number that would be required if employees, in all years, worked 36 hours per week, as now required by the Code of the Electrical Manufacturing Industry. TABLE 4-B.—Estimated effect of purchases of capital goods by electric light and power

companies (including also municipal and Federal Government) upon all capitalgoods industrices including the electrical manufacturing industry

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1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930.
1931.
1932.
1933.
1934.
Average per year:

6 years 1925-30..
4 years, 1931-34.
Estimated 5 years, 1935-39.

$721,000,000
841,000,000
760,000,000
787,000,000
866, 000, 000
961,000,000
633, 000, 000
260,000,000
180,000,000
170,000,000

439, 000 $577,000,000 790,000,000
512,000 673,000,000 922,000,000
463, 000 608,000,000 833,000,000
479, 000 630,000,000 862,000,000
527,000 693, 000, 000 949,000,000
585, 000 769,000,000 1,053,000,000
368,000 507,000,000 622,000,000
151, 000 208,000,000 272,000,000
104,000 144, 000, 000 188,000,000

99,000 136,000,000 178,000,000 501,000 658,000,000 902,000,000 181,000 162,000,000 325,000,000 501, 000 658,000,000 902,000,000

823,000,000
203,000,000
823,000,000

1 This is the equivalent number that would be required if employees, in all years, worked 36 hours per week, as now equired by the Code of the Electrical Manufacturing Industry.

: Does not include direct Federal expenditures.

CHART 4. TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD AND TOTAL KILOWATT GENERATING

CAPACITY

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CHART 5-A. NEW CAPITAL" AND EXPENDITURES FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION

TOTAL 1926 to 1934 INCLUSIVE
Million
Dollars

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1 Excludes security sales for refunding. Includes sales for new capital through investment houses and directly to customers.

Source: Electrical World.

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CHART 5-B. NEW CAPITAL ISSTE BY PUBLIC UTILITIES-1927 AND 1934

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$2.4 mil.

193A

1927

Source: Electrical World.

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