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kWh

(electricity)

kWh

1. Symbol for “kilowatt hour” a unit of energy equal to 3.6 megajoules.
2. On drawings, abbr. for kilowatt-hour.
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08 centavos per kwh as IPP power plants saw less action.
Kyrgyzstan has requested to deliver 400 million kWh in the winter, however, the Kazakh side informed of possibility of delivering only 200 million kWh a month.
That is, the refrigerator's annual energy addition of 400 kWh to the interior of the house benefits its winter heating requirement more than it penalizes the air conditioning system during the summer cooling season.
By applying a lower input power and extending the melt cycle, foundries can melt the same amount of metal with the same amount of kWh, but with less demand charge.
91 centavos per kwh while PSA rates went down by 32.
01 per kWh following the decrease in generation charge.
The decision to lower the tariffs was in electricity excess: Kazakhstan in December has delivered 233 million kWh of electricity in accordance with the contract, but the population in Kyrgyzstan has consumed only 118 million kWh.
In the period between January and May the consumption was 92,237 million kWh as production was up 9.
1925 per kWh increase in generation charge,' Meralco said.
19 per kWh "due to less occurrences and shorter duration of power plant outages.
7 million kWh of electricity (according to the Governmental Decree as of 14.