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The preliminary case study presented in this paper forms part of a doctoral research in the built environment that aims to identify occupancy activities related to energy use. This is being undertaken using a monitoring framework focused upon the indoor environment and domestic electricity use. The data acquisition system is designed to adapt smart environment techniques for the on-site conditions of a real residential premise. A daily data sample from one monitored household is presented together with some qualitative and quantitative analysis. Future work, which will be required on the basis of the current progress, has been pointed out at the end of the paper.