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ampere-hour

 
a unit of electric charge, being the amount of charge that passes a given point as a current of one ampere in one hour.
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The BA-8180/U is a 12/24 volt, 800 watt-hour, 56Ah primary (nonrechargeable) zinc-air battery pack.
This would run small DC loads that consumed about 200 watt-hours a day in our region of northern Wisconsin.
If you have a 200 amp-hour 12 volt battery, you will get 20 amp-hours at 120 volts (AC, DC, doesn't matter) because watts (rate of flow) and watt-hours stay the same.
Individual modules typically generate about 50 watts per hour (usually referred to as watt-hours); arrays can be arranged to generate an unlimited amount of power.
Summary: New Delhi [India], August 4 (ANI): Water shortage related power shut offs in 2016 ranging from days to months, cost India about 14 tera watt-hours (TWh) of thermal electricity generation which is sufficient to power Sri Lanka for an entire year, as per a report by World Resources Institute.
density of its handset batteries from 700Wh/l (Watt-hours per litre) to 780Wh/l,
Conventional supercapacitors offer only 28 watt-hours per kilogram, which is much less than the average 200 watt-hours per kilogram held by Li-ion batteries.
Our total daily energy consumption is 5,025 watt-hours, or about 5 kilowatt-hours.
LGS Innovations, a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU), said it has released its LGS Tactical Power Solution, a tactically-oriented, ruggedized battery capable of providing up to 2700 watt-hours of power at 48 volts direct current.
The country produces 45,500 Giga watt-hours of electrical power, with 74.8 percent and 24.5 percent coming from hydro and fossil fuel, respectively.
PolyPlus, a Berkeley, CA-based battery maker, claims it has created an inexpensive lithium-water battery that can deliver as much as 1,300 watt-hours per kilogram of electricity--more than triple the energy capacity (200 watt-hours per kilogram) of standard lithium-ion batteries used in hybrid cars and portable electronic devices like laptops and cell phones.
The system has the capacity to store up to two million watt-hours of energy using batteries, which is sufficient to power 100 homes for an entire year.