Over the course of a year, the 75-watt incandescent uses 82 kilowatt hours of electricity, costing $11.48.
kilowatts—Your electric bill usually reads in kilowatt hours.
It's going in at ten kilovolts, so that's a five billion kilowatt supply.
Electricity is usually purchased by the kilowatt hour, and measured by the watt-hour meter (Fig. 160).
There are amperes, and there are volts, and there are kilowatt hours.
Volts times amperes equals (watts) (kilowatt hours) (alternating current).
We had to use a kilowatt before they could pick it up at 200 miles.
By experiment it has been found that one kilowatt is equivalent to about 1-1/3 horse power.
Voltage, amperage, and watt or kilowatt are the terms in common use.
A kilowatt hour is the electrical energy consumed by 1000 watts of electricity used for one hour.