kilowatt


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kilowatt

(kĭl′ō-wăt″),

kW

A unit of electrical energy equal to 1000 watts.
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For example, a small commercial consumer burning 100 kilowatt hours would save around 23 per cent on their bill; those using 4,000 kilowatt hours would save about 10.6 per cent.
We are paying 45 Fils per kilowatt in Ajman for Fewa-provided electricity.
* LED Lighting--Initial incentives of $0.16 per kilowatt hour saved feature an additional $800 per kilowatt saved.
In industrial areas, the price of one kilowatt was 10 afs and 1.5afs in residential areas for people consuming up to 300 kilowatts.
This paper primarily deals with the rather simple issue of tower fan control to minimize plant kilowatt; other issues, such as low load delta-T and supply water temperature, are briefly discussed.
It is estimated that China has 2.38 billion kilowatt wind power resources on land, and about 200 million kilowatts offshore.
On average, production in the industrial sector per year can cost up to 95 fils per kilowatt per hour," said Bin Deemas.
The utility said that the monthly bill of a residential customer using 500 kilowatt hours of power a month would increase by $3.53, or 4.3 percent, to $85.48.
Voller Energy Group PLC recently announced it's on track to integrate and test a 1 kilowatt reformer and fuel cell stack, and remains on target to deliver 1 kilowatt commercially available fuel cells by the end of 2007.
"Every kilowatt of renewable energy generated and used is a kilowatt less of fossil fuel being burned and dumped back as heat and carbon dioxide into the atmosphere."
BY UTILIZING DAY-LIGHTING AND DIMMING CONTROLS ON THE LIGHT FIXTURES, THE STORE IS PROJECTED TO SAVE BETWEEN 350,000 AND 450,000 KILOWATT HOURS A YEAR.