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KWHThe kilowatt hour is a unit of energy equivalent to one kilowatt of power expended for one hour of time.

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KWH See kilowatthour

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KWHKilowatt hour(s)

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KWHKiloWatt hour  Together with its multiples, rapidly becoming the most used unit for energy in gas, although its use is not strictly in accordance with the SI system or with IGU preferences. Since 1 J [..]

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KWHKilowatt hour, a common unit of electricity. One thousand watts delivered for one hour.

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KWH  See "Kilowatt Hour"

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KWH"Kilowatthour"  a unit of energy equivalent to the energy transferred or expended in one hour by one kilowatt of power. Electric car battery size is measured in kilowatthours, so think of it as the electric car's equivalent of litres of fuel in a petrol tank.

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KWHKilowatthour, the standard unit for measuring electricity energy consumption, equal to 1,000 watthours.

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KWHthe energy expended in one hour by one kilowatt of power

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KWHKilowatthour  a unit of energy equivalent to the energy transferred or expended in one hour by one kilowatt of power. Electric car battery size is measured in kilowatthours, so think of it as the e [..]

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KWHAbbreviation for Kilowatthour. This is the normal quantity used for metering and billing electricity customers. The price for a kWh varies from approximately 5 cents to 15 cents. At 100% conversion e [..]

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KWH(Kilowatt hours) KW times hours. A measurement of power and time used by utilities for billing purposes.

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KWHKilowatthour, the standard unit for measuring electricity energy consumption, equal to 1,000 watthours

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KWHKilowatthour, the standard unit for measuring electricity energy consumption, equal to 1,000 watthours

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KWHThe basic unit of measurement of electric energy. All electricity plans must list their rate in terms of kilowatt hours.

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KWHAn abbreviation for kilowatthours. One kWh represents 1,000 watts over a period of one hour. Electricity rates are most commonly expressed in cents per kilowatthour.

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KWHEnergy consumption of 1000 watts over 1 hour. This is the measurement your utility company uses to calculate your electric bill.

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KWHKilowatthour

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KWHkilowatt hour is the amount of kilowatts of electricity used in one hour of operation of any equipment.

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KWHKilowatthoura measure of electricity generation or use.

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KWHKilowatthour (An amount of power used over time. In this case, onethousand watts. Imagine a 100watt bulb switched on for 10 hours)

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KWHThis is the billing unit for the energy you have used. Your consumption is measured in kWh, and your bill provides you with a breakdown of how many of those you have used, what price they have been charged at, and how much this has cost you in total.

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KWHDefinition:kilowatt hourAbbreviation for kilowatt hour, physical unit of electrical energy and/or amount of energy. 1 kWh = 1,000 watts of power over the period of one hour. Electrical energy is the product of power and time.

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KWHIf a unit uses 1,000 Watts in 1 hour, it is said to have an energy rating of 1kWh.

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KWHKilowatt hours, a unit to measure energy use. It is the amount of power consumed/generated over a period of one hour.

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KWHA measurement of energy consumption or energy generation. One kilowatthour is defined as the amount of energy consumed by a 1000Watt appliance running continuously for 1 hour. This is the measuremen [..]

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KWHA measurement of energy consumption. One kilowatt hour is defined as the amount of energy consumed by a 1000Watt appliance running continuously for 1 hour. This is the measurement your utility company uses to calculate your electric bill.

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KWHKilowatthour, a unit of energy. A device with a power output of one kilowatt running for one hour would generate one kilowatthour of energy.

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KWHkWh = kilowatthour, is the unit Idaho Power uses to measure your electricity usage each month. The most commonlyused unit of measure telling the amount of electricity consumed over time. For example, if you operate a 1,000watt microwave for one hour, or if you operate a 100watt light bulb for 10 hours, each will use one kilowatthour of electri [..]

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KWHkilowatt hour

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KWHKilowatthour, a measure of energy equal to the use of 1 kilowatt in 1 hour.

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KWHThe abbreviation for kilowatthours, a unit of energy. One kWh represents a 1,000 watt load operated over a period of one hour—that's the amount of energy an average plasma TV uses. Electricity rates are most commonly expressed in cents per kilowatt hour.

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KWHA kilowatthour is a measure of electrical energy. Batteries (and battery packs) used by electric vehicles and hybrids are rated by the kWh capacity of their battery pack because it represents how far [..]

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KWHKilowatt hours (watt hour x 1000).

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KWHKilowatthour  one thousand watthours; how consumption of electricity is measured.

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KWHkilowatthour

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KWHA unit of energy given by the power consumption in watts multiplied by the duration of consumption in hours.

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KWHSee kilowatt hour

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KWHKilowatt per hour

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KWHKilowattHours  Standard unit for billing electrical usage

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KWHIf a unit uses 1,000 Watts in 1 hour, it is said to have an energy rating of 1kWh.

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KWHIf a unit uses 1,000 Watts in 1 hour, it is said to have an energy rating of 1kWh.

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KWHA unit of energy based on how many kW are used per hour.

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KWHA unit of energy based on how many kW are used per hour based on a monthly requirement.

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KWHKilowatt hour is the amount of kilowatts of electricity used in one hour of operation of any equipment.

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KWHkilowatthour, a unit of energy equivalent to (1000 = kilo) x (3600 seconds) = 3,600,000 Joules

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KWH(kilowatthour)

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KWHKilowatt Hour

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KWHsee kilowatthour

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KWHKilowatt hour

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KWHkW·h, kW h, and kWh are used as abbreviations for kilowatt hour, a unit of energy.
KWH may also refer to:
KWH Group, a Finnish company
KWH, code for Kachhwa Road railway station, Mirzapur district, U [..]

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KWHThe kilowatthour (SI symbol: kW⋅h or kW h; commonly written as kWh) is a unit of energy equal to 3600 kilojoules (3.6 megajoules). The kilowatthour is commonly used as a billing unit for energy deli [..]

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