a unit of power equal to 1000 watts
One thousand ( 10 ) watts. Symbol: kW or KW.
one thousand watts
Origin: [See Kilogram and Watt.]
Kilowatt is an album by jazz fusion guitarist Kazumi Watanabe, originally released on audio cassette in 1989. In 1991 it was released again on cassette, CD and LP.
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A compound unit; one thousand watts, q. v.
The numerical value of kilowatt in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of kilowatt in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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There are quite substantial amounts of money on the table, but that money has to be translated into kilowatt hours and (more) people connected really quite quickly.
We estimate that over the course of the first six months, 4.2 billion kilowatt hours of wind and solar power has been wasted, which is equivalent to New Zealand’s electricity use in the whole year of 2015.
We think we can lower the cost of maintenance by two to three cents per kilowatt hour. That is a game changer from standpoint of the viability of wind energy. It becomes absolutely competitive with the fossil fuels that we rely on today, without subsidies it starts to become cost competitive.
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