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kWh

or kW-hr
abbr.
kilowatt-hour
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kWh

abbreviation for
(Units) kilowatt-hour
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kWh

or kwhr or K.W.H.,

kilowatt-hour.
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Translations

kWh

kW/h ABBR =kilowatt-hour(s)kw/h
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kWh

, kwh abbr of kilowatt hour(s) → kWh
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References in periodicals archive ?
Residential rate this month dropped to PHP10.7516 per kWh from PHP12.2510 per kWh in July.
In the reporting period, the production of commercial electricity in the country increased by 5.3 percent, amounting to 13.7 billion kWh.
The volume of imported electricity in July of the previous year was 1 139 930,5 kWh. The sharp increase in imports in July was due to the inability of Georgia's electricity production to fill local demand.
The fourth straight month of electricity rate decrease represents a total downward adjustment of almost P1.00 per kWh since May 2019.
The downward adjustment of P0.4276 per kWh will mean a decrease of around P84 for households with a monthly consumption of 200 kWh.
The generation charge declined by P0.4607 per kwh, from P5.4227 per kwh to P4.9620 per kwh.
In total, 10.13 billion kWh of electricity has been produced in the republic within the same timeframe.
Overall, the electricity rate of the company had been lowered to P9.9850 per kWh this July billing from the previous month's P10.0918 per kWh.
Meanwhile, the third segment, where people use from 101 to 200 kWh, will cost EGP 0.5 instead of EGP 0.36 for 1 kWh.
As for consumers of up to 350kWh, they will pay EGP 11 per month, consumers of up to 650 kWh will pay EGP 15, consumers of up 1,000 kWh will pay EGP 25, and consumers of over 1,000 kWh will pay EGP 40.
The losses totaled 786.3 million kWh, or 5.88% in 2013.
When expressed in purchasing power standards (PPS), an artificial common reference currency that eliminates general price level differences between countries, it can be seen that, relative to the cost of other goods and services, the price of electricity in Cyprus was the highest in the EU28 , having reached in the second half of 2013 to 28.2 PPS per 100 kWh, while the EU average was 20.7 kWh PPS/ per 100 kWh and in Greece 19.4 PPS / 100 kWh.