Unit of electrical energy equal to one watt of power consumed for an hour.

The basic unit of electric energy equal to one watt of power supplied to or taken from an electric circuit steadily for one hour. The amount of electricity sold or consumed is measured in kilowatt-hours.

Is a measure of energy production or consumption equal to producing or consuming one watt of power for one hour or two watts for one half hour, etc. Often quoted a kilowatt-hours (1,000 watt hours) or megawatt hours (one million watt hours).

unit of electrical energy equivalent to the power of one watt operating for one hour.

An electrical energy unit of measure equal to one watt of power supplied to, or taken from, an electrical circuit steadily for one hour. Weep hole A drain embedded in a concrete or masonry structure intended to relieve pressure caused by seepage behind the structure.

The basis used to determine electric bills. Example: A 60 watt light bulb means that f the bulb burns for one hour, it will use 60 watts of electricity.

Electrical power measured in terms of time. One watt hour of electricity is equal to one watt of power being consumed for one hour. A one-watt light operated for one hour would consume one watt hour of electricity.

A unit of energy equal to one watt of power connected for one hour.

A measure of electrical energy equal to one watt of power used or produced over a one hour period of time. The unit for measuring electrical energy which equals Watts x Hours.

The basis used to determine electric bills. Example: A 100 watt light bulb means if the bulb burns for one hour, it will use 100 watts of electricity.