Q: How many electron volts per kilowatt hour?

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1 kilowatt hour = 3,600,000 Joules 1 Tetrajoule = 1,000,000 Joules 1 kilowatt hour = 3.6 Tetrajoules

Watt, kilowatt, or megawatt are units of power (energy/time). A watt is 1 joule/second. A kilowatt is a thousand joules per second. A kilowatt is also 1 kWh/hour (kilowatt-hour / hour). Since you would usually pay per kilowatt-hour, you might be more interested in the number of kilowatt-hours. A megawatt is a million joules per second - or a thousand kWh/hour.

Volts per hour is an invalid statement. You may have meant Watts per Hour.

1kilowatt = 1000 watts but you cannot compare a kilowatt hour to a watt, the extra dimension of time changes what is being measured. The watt is a measure of power. The watt second and the kilowatt hour is energy. The misunderstanding comes from our use of the term POWER COMPANY for our electricity suppliers. They bill us in kilowatt hours which is energy, not power.

1 kW.hr. = 3412.14 Btu. so 14 kW.hr. = 47,770 Btu.

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The energy 1 kilowatt-hour (kWh) is 3600000 joules.AnswerThere is no such thing as a 'kilowatt per hour'. You probably mean 'kilowatt hour'?

Kilo = 1000. Watts the produce of Amps x Volts. One hour is not divided up into kilowatt hours, it is the use of 1000 watts over a period of one hour.

BTU and kilowatt-hours are measures of energy, while power is measured in either kilowatts or BTU per hour. 1 kilowatt-hour is equal to 3412 BTU, or 1 kilowatt equals 3412 BTU/hr. 8000 BTU per hour is equal to 2.344 kilowatts, which is 19.53 amps at 120 v.

There is no such thing as a "kilowatt per hour". Kilowatt is a unit of power, not of energy. A unit of energy is kilowatt-hour. That's kilowatt times hours, not "per" hour ("per" implies division, not multiplication). If a generator produces 10 kilowatts, that means it produces 10 kilowatt-hours every hour.

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1 kilowatt hour = 3,600,000 Joules 1 Tetrajoule = 1,000,000 Joules 1 kilowatt hour = 3.6 Tetrajoules

watts are equal to amps times volts.

A 10-kilowatt heater produces 34,120 BTUs per hour.

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There are 3.6 million joules in one kilowatt-hour.

The Eiffel Tower uses 7.5 kilowatt hours of elec.

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