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4670.0 - Household Energy Consumption Survey, Australia: Summary of Results, 2012  
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STATE SUMMARY

BUSINESS SURVEY OF RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION, EXPERIMENTAL ESTIMATES

NEW SOUTH WALES
VICTORIA
QUEENSLAND
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
TASMANIA
GRAPHS

Further details outlining terminology can be found in the Glossary.


NEW SOUTH WALES


Note: New South Wales is the only state with both net and gross meters reported for residential small scale renewable systems.

New South Wales- Dwellings with small scale renewable systems (net meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of net meters46,834 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012543% or 39,548 meters
Proportion of total state meters2%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of net metersClimate Zone 2 - Warm Humid Summer, Mild Winter (4% or 6,895 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of net meters (top three)Port Macquarie (6% or 1,920 meters)
Dubbo (5% or 1,422 meters)
Richmond Valley - Hinterland (4% or 1,236 meters)

Supply from the dwelling to the network grid (export)Not published for NSW

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling6,127 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-8% or -540 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (7,115 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 2 - Warm Humid Summer, Mild Winter (4,380 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Dural - Wisemans Ferry (14,230 kWh)
Ku-ring-gai (9,892 kWh)
Hawkesbury (9,884 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Sydney Inner City (3,922 kWh)
Tweed Valley (4,173 kWh)
Kempsey - Nambucca (4,258 kWh)



New South Wales- Dwellings with small scale renewable systems (gross meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of gross meters89,920 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-201278% or 39,394 meters
Proportion of total state meters3%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of gross metersClimate Zone 2 - Warm Humid Summer, Mild Winter (9% or 17,083 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of gross meters (top three)Broken Hill and Far West (15% or 1,619 meters)
Moree - Narrabri (14% or 1,591 meters)
Richmond Valley - Coastal (12% or 4,330 meters)

Supply from the dwelling to the network grid (export)Not published for NSW

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling6,950 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-10% or -766 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 4 - Hot Dry Summer, Cool Winter (7,998 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 2 - Warm Humid Summer, Mild Winter (5,293 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Southern Highlands (20,916 kWh)
Dural - Wisemans Ferry (12,294 kWh)
Griffith - Murrumbidgee (West) (11,348 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Dapto - Port Kembla (4,713 kWh)
Clarence Valley (4,902 kWh)
Tweed Valley (5,001 kWh)



New South Wales- Dwellings without small scale renewable systems (non-generating meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of non-generating meters2,848,103 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012-1% or -36,831 meters
Proportion of total state meters95%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of non-generating metersClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (98% or 854,958 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of non-generating meters (top three)Shoalhaven (99% or 52,161 meters)
Wollongong (99% or 54,414 meters)
Parramatta (99% or 52,954)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling6,038 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-11% or -777 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (6,611 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 2 - Warm Humid Summer, Mild Winter (4,728 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Dural - Wisemans Ferry (11,564 kWh)
Ku-ring-gai (9,399 kWh)
Rouse Hill - McGraths Hill (8,876 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Sydney Inner City (4,035 kWh)
Great Lakes (4,375 kWh)
Marrickville - Sydenham - Petersham (4,381 kWh)



VICTORIA


Victoria- Dwellings with small scale renewable systems (net meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of net meters148,452 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012249% or 105,904 meters
Proportion of total state meters6%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of net metersClimate Zone 4 - Hot Dry Summer, Cool Winter (10% or 9,830 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of net meters (top three)Heathcote - Castlemaine - Kyneton (14% or 2,781 meters)
Barwon - West (13% or 885 meters)
Macedon Ranges (13% or 1,358 meters)

Supply from the dwelling to the network grid (export)Not published for Victoria

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling4,845 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-11% or -579 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 4 - Hot Dry Summer, Cool Winter (6,936 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (4,568 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Murray River - Swan Hill (8,107 kWh)
Macedon Ranges (7,587 kWh)
Moira (7,083 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Moreland - North (3,483 kWh)
Brunswick - Coburg (3,527 kWh)
Maribyrnong (3,555 kWh)



Victoria- Dwellings without small scale renewable systems (non-generating meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of non-generating meters2,205,961 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012-1% or -29,413 meters
Proportion of total state meters94%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of non-generating metersClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (94% or 1,922,451 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of non-generating meters (top three)Melbourne City (100% or 51,500 meters)
Stonnington - West (99% or 32,651 meters)
Port Phillip (99% or 57,626 meters)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling4,793 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-12% or -626 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 4 - Hot Dry Summer, Cool Winter (6,952 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (4,628 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Macedon Ranges (8,051 kWh)
Murray River - Swan Hill (8,020 kWh)
Mildura (7,703 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Darebin - North (3,507 kWh)
Maribyrnong (3,581 kWh)
Moreland - North (3,656 kWh)



QUEENSLAND


Queensland- Dwellings with small scale renewable systems (net meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of net meters260,307 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012346% or 201,960 meters
Proportion of total state meters14%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of net metersClimate Zone 2 - Warm Humid Summer, Mild Winter (15% or 223,132 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of net meters (top three)Jimboomba (30% or 3,747 meters)
Sunshine Coast Hinterland (26% or 4,888 meters)
Bribie - Beachmere (26% or 3,921 meters)

Supply from the dwelling to the network grid (export)
Average volume of electricity supplied from the dwelling to the network grid1,513 kWh
Average supply to the network grid, total change 2010-2012213% or 1,029 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network gridClimate Zone 5 - Warm Temperate (1,814 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network gridClimate Zone 2 - Warm Humid Summer, Mild Winter (1,473 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid (top three)Outback - South (2,225 kWh)
Granite Belt (2,116 kWh)
Bowen Basin - North (2,003 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid (bottom three)Springwood - Kingston (1,228 kWh)
Beenleigh (1,229 kWh)
Forest Lake - Oxley (1,232 kWh)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling6,302 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-2% or -132 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 1 - High Humid Summer, Warm Winter (7,334 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 5 - Warm Temperate (5,338 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Central Highlands (Qld) (8,880 kWh)
Outback - North (8,507 kWh)
Surfers Paradise (8,303 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Maryborough (4,556 kWh)
Hervey Bay (4,662 kWh)
Burnett (4,943 kWh)



Queensland- Dwellings without small scale renewable systems (non-generating meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of non-generating meters1,579,939 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012-9% or -150,228 meters
Proportion of total state meters86%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of non-generating metersClimate Zone 3 - Hot Dry Summer, Warm Winter (92% or 67,925 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of non-generating meters (top three)Brisbane Inner (98% or 27,582 meters)
Bowen Basin - North (95% or 14,425 meters)
Far North (95% or 6,720 meters)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling6,459 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-8% or -526 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 3 - Hot Dry Summer, Warm Winter (7,706 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 5 - Warm Temperate (5,741 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Kenmore - Brookfield - Moggill (9,506 kWh)
Outback - North (9,158 kWh)
Jimboomba (8,843 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Brisbane Inner (4,375 kWh)
Holland Park - Yeronga (4,866 kWh)
Nundah (5,013 kWh)



SOUTH AUSTRALIA


South Australia- Dwellings with small scale renewable systems (net meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of net meters120,477 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012352% or 93,799 meters
Proportion of total state meters16%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of net metersClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (18% or 22,222 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of net meters (top three)Fleurieu - Kangaroo Island (23% or 6,917 meters)
Barossa (23% or 3,364 meters)
Onkaparinga (22% or 15,449 meters)

Supply from the dwelling to the network grid (export)
Average volume of electricity supplied from the dwelling to the network grid1,478 kWh
Average supply to the network grid, total change 2010-201290% or 699 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network gridClimate Zone 4 - Hot Dry Summer, Cool Winter (1,879 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network gridClimate Zone 5 - Warm Temperate (1,430 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid (top three)Outback - North and East (2,132 kWh)
Eyre Peninsula and South West (2,006 kWh)
Murray and Mallee (1,977 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid (bottom three)Tea Tree Gully (1,240 kWh)
Campbelltown (SA) (1,255 kWh)
Adelaide City (1,261 kWh)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling4,687 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-8% or -416 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (5,383 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 5 - Warm Temperate (4,507 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Adelaide Hills (6,530 kWh)
Burnside (5,867 kWh)
Barossa (5,771 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Port (3,859 kWh)
Port Adelaide - East (4,041 kWh)
Yorke Peninsula (4,056 kWh)



South Australia- Dwellings without small scale renewable systems (non-generating meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of non-generating meters621,556 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012-12% or -81,970 meters
Proportion of total state meters84%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of non-generating metersClimate Zone 5 - Warm Temperate (84% or 495,744 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of non-generating meters (top three)Adelaide City (97% or 11,017 meters)
Limestone Coast (92% or 28,593 meters)
Norwood - Payneham - St Peters (90% or 16,102 meters)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling 4,820 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-11% or -573 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (5,563 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 5 - Warm Temperate (4,650 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Adelaide Hills (7,104 kWh)
Barossa (6,107 kWh)
Outback - North and East (5,897 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Yorke Peninsula (3,940 kWh)
Port (3,971 kWh)
West Torrens (4,062 kWh)



WESTERN AUSTRALIA


Western Australia- Dwellings with small scale renewable systems (net meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of net meters102,142 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012238% or 71,899 meters
Proportion of total state meters11%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of net metersClimate Zone 5 - Warm Temperate (12% or 96,212 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of net meters (top three)Mandurah (17% or 7,244 meters)
Serpentine - Jarrahdale (16% or 1,104 meters)
Kalamunda- (16% or 2,947 meters)

Supply from the dwelling to the network grid (export)
Average volume of electricity supplied from the dwelling to the network grid1,364 kWh
Average supply to the network grid, total change 2010-201294% or 661 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network gridClimate Zone 3 - Hot Dry Summer, Warm Winter (5,155 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network gridClimate Zone 5 - Warm Temperate (1,342 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid (top three)Gascoyne (5,592 kWh)
Kimberley (3,286 kWh)
Mid West (1,886 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid (bottom three)Gosnells (1,164 kWh)
Armadale (1,180 kWh)
Mundaring (1,205 kWh)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling4,658 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-14% or -773 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 1 - High Humid Summer, Warm Winter (7,442 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (3,976 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Pilbara (8,569 kWh)
Kimberley (7,669 kWh)
Serpentine - Jarrahdale (6,238 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Fremantle (3,787 kWh)
Albany (3,915 kWh)
Mandurah (3,987 kWh)



Western Australia- Dwellings without small scale renewable systems (non-generating meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of non-generating meters834,064
Meter count, total change 2010-2012-6% or -48,931 meters
Proportion of total state meters89%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of non-generating metersClimate Zone 1 - High Humid Summer, Warm Winter (98% or 23,706 meters)
SA3 regions with highest proportion of non-generating meters (top three)Pilbara (99% or 14,154 meters)
Kimberley (97% or 9,151 meters)
Goldfields (96% or 14,280 meters)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling 5,190 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-16% or -997 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 1 - High Humid Summer, Warm Winter (8,464 kWh)
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwellingClimate Zone 6 - Mild Temperate (4,243 kWh)
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Pilbara (9,048 kWh)
Kimberley (7,794 kWh)
Serpentine - Jarrahdale (6,853 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)Albany (4,244 kWh)
Manjimup (4,326 kWh)
Fremantle (4,329 kWh)



TASMANIA


Tasmania- Dwellings with small scale renewable systems (net meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of net meters9,755 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012193% or 6,429 meters
Proportion of total state meters5%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of net metersAll dwellings in Tasmania are located in Climate Zone 7 - Cool Temperate
SA3 regions with highest proportion of net meters (top three)Huon - Bruny Island (8% or 637 meters)
Brighton (8% or 313 meters)
Sorell - Dodges Ferry (7% or 461 meters)

Supply from the dwelling to the network grid (export)
Average volume of electricity supplied from the dwelling to the network grid843 kWh
Average supply to the network grid, total change 2010-201247% or 268 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid
All dwellings in Tasmania are located in Climate Zone 7 - Cool Temperate
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid (top three)Devonport (1,116 kWh)
Burnie - Ulverstone (1,030 kWh)
Launceston (965 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply from the dwelling to the network grid (bottom three)Hobart Inner (609 kWh)
Hobart - North West (685 kWh)
Hobart - South and West (725 kWh)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling6,684 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-12% or -953 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwelling
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling
All dwellings in Tasmania are located in Climate Zone 7 - Cool Temperate
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Hobart - North East (7,788 kWh)
Brighton (7,600 kWh)
Launceston (7,434 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)South East Coast (4,947 kWh)
Huon - Bruny Island (5,462 kWh)
West Coast (5,501 kWh)



Tasmania- Dwellings without small scale renewable systems (non-generating meters) 2012

Meter Count
Number of non-generating meters184,940 meters
Meter count, total change 2010-2012-0.1% or -252 meters
Proportion of total state meters95%
Climate Zone with the highest proportion of non-generating metersAll dwellings in Tasmania are located in Climate Zone 7 - Cool Temperate
SA3 regions with highest proportion of non-generating meters (top three)West Coast (98% or 7,480 meters)
Burnie - Ulverston (97% or 15,740 meters)
Devonport (96% or 15,297 meters)

Supply from the network grid to the dwelling (import)
Average volume of electricity supplied to the dwelling7,324 kWh
Average supply to the dwelling, total change 2010-2012-17% or -1,526 kWh
Climate Zone with the highest average electricity supply to the dwellingAll dwellings in Tasmania are located in Climate Zone 7 - Cool Temperate
Climate Zone with the lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling
SA3 regions with highest average electricity supply to the dwelling (top three)Hobart - North East (8,625 kWh)
Brighton (8,545 kWh)
Hobart - South and West (8,264 kWh)
SA3 regions with lowest average electricity supply to the dwelling (bottom three)South East Coast (3,746 kWh)
Central Highlands (Tas.) (6,038 kWh)
Huon - Bruny Island (6,140 kWh)




GRAPHS

Graph Image for Percentage of Residential Dwellings With Access to Renewable Electricity Systems (a), by State

Annotation(s): NT and ACT not published.

Footnote(s): (a) Renewable Electricity Systems: Access to small scale renewable technology (e.g. Solar panel systems)

Source(s): Household Energy Consumption Survey, Australia: Summary of Results



Graph Image for Average Volume of Electricity Supplied to Residential Dwellings, by Meter Type, by Climate Zone (CZ), 2012

Annotation(s): Climate Zone classifications used are based on the climate zones defined by the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB). Each climate zone is based on humidity, temperature and rainfall characteristics. NT and ACT not included in Climate Zone figures.

Footnote(s): (a) Net Generation Metering: Dwelling has access to small scale renewable technologies. Electricity generated is consumed by the dwelling in the first instance, with any excess generation exported to the electricity grid. If a dwelling's electricity requirements exceed its generation capabilities, then energy is imported from the network grid. (b) Non Generation Metering: Dwelling does not have access to small scale renewable technologies. All electricity supplied to the dwelling is imported from the network grid.

Source(s): Household Energy Consumption Survey, Australia: Summary of Results



Graph Image for Average Volume of Electricity Supplied to Residential Dwellings, by Meter Type, by State, 2012

Annotation(s): NT and ACT not published.

Footnote(s): (a) Net Generation Metering: Dwelling has access to small scale renewable technologies. Electricity generated is consumed by the dwelling in the first instance, with any excess generation exported to the electricity grid. If a dwelling's electricity requirements exceed its generation capabilities, then energy is imported from the network grid. (b) Non Generation Metering: Dwelling does not have access to small scale renewable technologies. All electricity supplied to the dwelling is imported from the network grid.

Source(s): Household Energy Consumption Survey, Australia: Summary of Results



Graph Image for Average Volume of Electricity Supplied to Residential Dwellings From the Network Grid, Non Generation Meters (a)

Annotation(s): NT and ACT not published.

Footnote(s): (a) Non Generation Metering: Dwelling does not have access to small scale renewable technologies. All electricity supplied to the dwelling is imported from the network grid.

Source(s): Household Energy Consumption Survey, Australia: Summary of Results



Graph Image for Average Volume of Electricity Supplied From Residential Dwellings to the Network Grid, Net Generation Meters (a)

Annotation(s): NT and ACT not published.

Footnote(s): (a) Net Generation Metering: Dwelling has access to small scale renewable technologies. Electricity generated is consumed by the dwelling in the first instance, with any excess generation exported to the electricity grid. If a dwelling's electricity requirements exceed its generation capabilities, then energy is imported from the network grid. (b) 2012 Data for NSW and Vic. Not Published.

Source(s): Household Energy Consumption Survey, Australia: Summary of Results





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