Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An abbreviation of kilowatt-hour.

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Examples

  • For my house, the required system has a DC rating of 4 kw to accommodate a match to our average energy consumption of 475 kw-h per month.

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  • I found three factors that seem to be the main drivers of state electricity demand which is measured in all of the charts below in thousands of kw-h per capita.

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  • The car seats two people and consumes a little more than 1 kw-h per mile cost: about 2½¢ at current utility rates in Florida.

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  • The car seats two people and consumes a little more than 1 kw-h per mile cost: about 2½¢ at current utility rates in Florida.

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  • For the U.A.R., Qattara could be a useful auxiliary to the 10 billion kw-h expected from the Aswan High Dam.

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  • Grid power is bought by the kw-h and so its increase is only for the time you are buying it.

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  • I found three factors that seem to be the main drivers of state electricity demand (which is measured in all of the charts below in thousands of kw-h per capita).

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  • I found three factors that seem to be the main drivers of state electricity demand (which is measured in all of the charts below in thousands of kw-h per capita).

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