kilowatt hour

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Noun1.Kilowatt hour - a unit of energy equal to the work done by a power of 1000 watts operating for one hourkilowatt hour - a unit of energy equal to the work done by a power of 1000 watts operating for one hour
energy unit, heat unit, work unit - a unit of measurement for work
watt-hour - a unit of energy equal to the power of one watt operating for one hour
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Rates within the region range from thirteen to twenty-two cents per kilowatt hour, with higher rates paid where natural gas isn't available.
51 cents per kilowatt hour, but falling oil prices have reduced the costs associated with producing or purchasing energy.
69 cents per kilowatt hour in effect from May 1 to Oct.
50 per month plus 3 cents per kilowatt hour will be paying $5 plus six cents a kilowatt hour on April 1st, and are expected to be paying a fiat $10, plus 11 cents per KW on April 1, 2001.
The industrial production index relies on three major types of indicators of monthly production: (1) physical-product series, (2) kilowatt hours of electricity used by industry, and (3) aggregate hours for which production workers are paid.
The kilowatt-hour tax would defeat that purpose by charging the consumer for every kilowatt hour consumed, regardless of the market value of the electricity," explained Marty Suhoza, director of energy and metals at LTV Steel Company in Cleveland and chairman of the Ohio Steel Council's energy committee.
50 for residential and small customers or $100 per month for large customers, plus all will pay an additional 3 cents per kilowatt hour of DC energy.
FuelCell Energy services over 50 power plant sites around the globe that have generated more than 140 million kilowatt hours, and conducts R&D on next-generation fuel cell technologies to meet the world's ever-increasing demand for ultra-clean distributed energy.
460 cents per kilowatt hour, if the SCC approves the request made today.
CVPS customers can choose to receive all, half or a quarter of their electrical energy through Cow Power, and pay a premium of 4 cents per kilowatt hour, which goes to participating farm-producers, to purchase renewable energy credits when enough farm energy isn't available, or to the CVPS Renewable Development Fund.
For the high schools, the power price goes from 8 cents a kilowatt hour to $9.
3 cents per kilowatt hour, no matter how much power a customer uses.