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  • noun Plural form of kilowatt-hour.

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Examples

  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

    The California Experiment

  • Its lithium-ion battery lasts 26.5 kilowatt-hours.

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  • 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.

    The California Experiment

  • Meanwhile, over that same period, per capita electricity use in California has remained absolutely flat at about 7,000 kilowatt-hours per year.

    The California Experiment

  • 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.

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  • Meanwhile, over that same period, per capita electricity use in California has remained absolutely flat at about 7,000 kilowatt-hours per year.

    The California Experiment

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