6 percent to 3,800 billion kilowatthours
in 2000, due to economic growth, weather-related increases in sales to residences, and other factors.
35 per kilowatthour
by Aklan Electric Cooperative; P1.
d) Electricity net generation in kilowatthours
(kWh) multiplied by 3,412 Btu/kWh, the heat content of electricity (see Table A6).
The report said the project " will have two power stations with a combined generation capacity of 42 megawatts" and are " designed to generate 85 million kilowatthours
of electricity each year".
Consider an average electric car uses about 15 kiloWatthours
(kWh) of electricity to drive 100 kilometres, costing about pounds 1.
In fact, all domestic meters measure the instantaneous current and voltage and integrate this over time to give the energy consumption, with a reading in kilowatthours
Department of Energy, if consumers replace their conventional holiday lights with eco-friendly LEDs, 2 billion kilowatthours
of electricity could be saved each month, enough energy to power 200,000 homes for one year.
Yet the association expects wind to generate 48 billion kilowatthours
in 2008, just over I percent of all U.
The households could have saved more than 73 billion kilowatthours
of electricity and 627 billion gallons of water that year if their energy efficiency had been comparable to that of married households.
Venezuela generates 100 bn kilowatthours
(Bkwh), up from 99.