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.
There are amperes, and there are volts, and there are kilowatt hours.
Electricity is usually purchased by the kilowatt hour, and measured by the watt-hour meter (Fig. 160).
We had to use a kilowatt before they could pick it up at 200 miles.
Volts times amperes equals (watts) (kilowatt hours) (alternating current).
It's going in at ten kilovolts, so that's a five billion kilowatt supply.
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.