Kilowatts per hour
Measurement] - The amount of kilowatts used over a one hour span to power lights, appliances, etc.. It is used as the basic unit of measure for residential and commercial electric accounts.
A unit used to measure energy consumption. This is the unit used by utilities to calculate your electric bill. It is the ammount of energy consumed by a 1000-Watt appliance running for 1 hour.
Electricity consumption (as opposed to maximum demand) is measured in kilowatt-hours.
kilowatt hour - or 1 kW used for one hour.
Kilowatt hour (1,000kWh = 3.6GJ) Litre (liquid volume) Metre
The unit of electric energy for which customers are charged. It is also what determines your electricity usage.
Kilowatt hour (1000 kWh = 3.6 GJ)
Kilowatt-hour, a measure of energy equal to the use of one kilowatt in one hour.
The standard unit of measurement for both gas and electricity consumption. The number of kWh used in a billing period will be shown on your bill, and is used as the basis of calculating your unit charges.
If a unit uses 1,000 Watts in 1 hour, it is said to have an energy rating of lkWh.
Symbol of kilowatt-hour, unit of energy (power expressed in kW multiplied by time expressed in hours)
kilowatt hour, a unit of energy, the product of power and time. A person can work steadily at an output of approximately 100 watts, and therefore 10 hours of hard labour would result in one kilowatt hour of work.
kilo Watt hour = 1000 Watt hours
An abbreviation of kilowatt-hour. A unit of electric power consumption. Equivalent to 3413 Btu's of energy or heat. (1 KWh = 3.60 MJ)
Kilowatt hour. A standard unit of electrical energy.
Dollars per kilowatt hour. The standard unit of measure for the price of energy.
Kilowatt hour, unit of electricity consumed in an hour.
A kilowatt hour (kWh) is the amount of kilowatts of electricity used in one hour of operation of any equipment.
Kilo Watt Hour - a measure of energy.
A kilowatt-hour is the energy used by a device with a power rating of one kilowatt (kW).
A watt-hour (Wh) is an amount of energy. It is defined as one watt of power sustained for one hour. A 13-watt lamp operating for 6 hours would consume (13 W) x (6 hrs) = 78 Wh. A larger unit of measurement is the kilowatt-hour (kwh), which is 1000 Wh.
Kilowatt-hour (1,000 watts for one hour). A measure of electric power consumption.
The basic measure of electric energy generation or use equal to 1,000 watt-hours; A 100-watt light bulb burning for 10 hours uses one kilowatt-hour; For more information see Appliance Usage.
Kilowatt-hour; one kWh represents one hour of electricity consumption at a constant rate of 1 kW.
Kilowatt-hours, an electrical term where 1 kWh equals the use of 1000 watts for one hour.
KiloWatt Hour. Unit of energy or work equal to one thousand watt-hours.
Kilowatt-hour - electricity production measurement unit
Kilowatt hours, a measure of the amount of electricity used by a utility customer()
Kilowatt-hour. A unit of energy equal to the work done by one kilowatt (1000 watts) of power acting for one hour.
Kilowatt per hour
kiloWatt hour. The measurement of consumption of electricity for a given time period. One kWh equals one kW of electricity used for one hour. Remember
Kilowatt hour (1000kWh = 3.6GJ) Litre (liquid volume) Metre
Kilowatt-hour - how consumption of electricity is measured.
Kilowatt-hour. A unit of energy worth about 12 to 15 cents.