- n. Plural form of kilowatt-hour.
“Meanwhile, over that same period, per capita electricity use in California has remained absolutely flat at about 7,000 kilowatt-hours per year.”
“Since then, as Rosenfeld likes to point out in a chart that has been dubbed “the Rosenfeld Curve,” per capita electricity use in the nation has increased by about 50 percent to about 12,000 kilowatt-hours annually.”
“Power generation in India's coal plants slumped 3% to 37.42 billion kilowatt-hours in September, missing the target of 43.67 billion kilowatt-hours, hurt by lower demand and coal shortages among other factors.”
“Its lithium-ion battery lasts 26.5 kilowatt-hours.”
“For our 16.83 trillion kilowatt-hours of electricity produced each year, we then would emit 4.2 trillion kilograms of carbon, i.e. 4.2 gigatonneseach year.”
“Consumers Energy Co., of Lansing, Mich., is offering a rate plan of $35 a month for 300 kilowatt-hours of electricity, if it 's used exclusively for car charging.”
“National numbers haven't yet been compiled, but supplying a Northern Californian with potable tap water and then treating that water requires about 0.4 kilowatt-hours of electricity per day.”
“You're still burning petroleum however, so you're still part of the problem, no matter how many miles to the gallon you're getting or how many kilowatt-hours you're shaving off of your utility bill.”
“During the first year, 60% of participants saved some energy—between one and 26 kilowatt-hours a day.”
“According to the company, the upgrades have saved an estimated 45 million kilowatt-hours—equivalent to eliminating carbon-dioxide emissions from nearly 4,000 homes for a year.”
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