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 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.