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kilowatt

(kĭl′ō-wăt″),

kW

A unit of electrical energy equal to 1000 watts.
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16 per kilowatt hour saved feature an additional $1,250 per kilowatt saved.
For the month of January, the power cost is estimated at $9,000,000, an amount already paid, Alimi said, adding Afghanistan was to pay six cents per kilowatt.
Beijing, Dec 5 (ANI): China has achieved nearly 40 million kilowatt wind power generation capacity, and the figure is expected to double by 2015, a new report has said.
In addition, Liu estimates that the installed capacity of PV energy could hit five million kilowatts in China by 2015.
If an electrical utility has the ability to make 4000 kilowatts of power, and its customers need (want) 5000, the utility cannot do a thing to make up the missing 1000 Kilowatts.
One importance of this achievement is that it is above the energy concentration -- about 5 kilowatts per square centimeter -- needed to energize varieties of lasers that have many scientific technical uses.
Xcel, the Solar Industries Association and the Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association called in their pact for the commission to grant approval to 3 cents per kilowatt-hour of Solar Rewards for customer-held installations of up to 25 kilowatts, and 1 cent per kilowatt-hour for small installations held by parties other than the householder, keeping the program active pending approval of the general renewable power plan.
1234 for per kilowatt-hour and NT$50,000 (US$1,515 at US$1:NT$33) with load capacity between one kilowatt and 10 kilowatts.
0 reports, "Since 1985, the electric generating capacity of a typical windmill has gone from about 100 kilowatts of constant power to 1.