One million watt-hours (see "watt-hour").
A unit of energy, equivalent to one million watt-hours.
A unit of electrical energy equal to one megawatt or power applied for one hour.
An amount of energy that equals one million watt-hours. It is a common measure for electricity use over time.
The amount of megawatts generated in one hour.
Equal to 1,000 kilowatt-hours or 1 million watt-hours.
A unit of electrical energy which equals one megawatt of power used for one hour.
1 million watts produced or used for a period of 1 hour.
Equals one thousand kilowatts supplied for a period of one hour.
A thousand kilowatt-hours.
(MWh) One million watt-hours
One megawatt-hour equals one million (1,000,000) watt-hours.
One million watt- hours of electrical energy.
A measure of electric energy; the equivalent of 1,000 kilowatt-hours or 1 million watt-hours. Megawatt-hours are determined by a plant's capacity and how long the plant is running. A 1,000-megawatt power plant running at full power for one hour produces 1,000 megawatt-hours (MWhs) of electricity. If the plant runs all day, it produces 24,000 MWhs.
A megawatt-hour (MWh) is equal to 1,000 kWh.
The amount of energy consumed (produced) by a continuous load (generation) of 1 megawatt over one hour. Equal to one thousand KWH.
A unit of electrical energy equal to 1 MW of power used for one hour.
One thousand kilowatt-hours or one million watt-hours.
One thousand kilowatt-hours or 1 million watt-hours.
A megawatt-hour is one thousand kilowatts or a million watts-hour of energy.