Definitions for **"Gigajoule"**

1 gigajoule = 277.78 kilowatt-hour.

109 joules

(GJ) - One billion Joules or a thousand Mega Joules.)

a measure of heat or energy

A unit of energy equaling 943,213.3 Btu.

One billion joules. Annual gas usage of residential and commercial customers measured in gigajoule.

A joule is an international unit of energy defined as the energy produced from one watt flowing for one second. Power - 3-6-mil joules in a kilowatt-hour. Gas - one Gigajoule (GJ) = 0.96 Mcf under standard temperature and pressure conditions. One Gigajoule (GJ) = 1 Mcf.

1 billion joules, approximately equal to 948,000 British thermal units.

Unit of energy equal to 1 billion joules. oule - Unit of energy equal to the amount of heat needed to increase the temperature of one gram of water by one degree Celsius (ÂºC) at a standard pressure 101.325 kPa and standard temperature (15ÂºC). ilovolt (kV) - One thousand volts. ilovolt amperes (kVA) - A unit of power. ilowatt (kW) - One thousand watts. Equals the Square Root of [ (KW * KW) + (KVAR * KVAR) ] or kWh * # Intervals Per Hour ilowatt-hour (kWh) - Energy used by 1000 watts in one hour. Also equivalent to the actual usable power transfer.

A gigajoule is a billion (1,000,000,000) joules approximately equivalent to the energy contained in a small car's full petrol tank.

A gigajoule (GJ) is 1,000,000,000 joules. It is a unit of energy.