Watts (or kilowatts) and amperes are used to measure different things. Watts is a unit of power; ampere is a unit of current. The relationship (for direct current) is:
watt = ampere x volt
For AC, the relationship is a bit more complicated:
watt = ampere x volt x power factor
However, the power factor is often close to one.
1 amp=1000 milliamps
1.56 kilowats high
1,000 micro amps = 1 milli amp: a micro amp is 1/1,000,000 of an amp and a milli amp is 1/1,000 of an amp see: http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Units/prefixes.html
1000,000,000 nano-amps = 1 amp
Those are unrelated measurements; you can't convert one to the other.
They are not convertable. 1 amp at 220 volts would be 0.22 kw. 1 amp at 120 volts would be 0.11 kw.
AMP is the abbreviation for Adenosine Monophosphate. The mono meaning 1. So it has 1 phophate group.
power consumed per hour