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# How to Convert Kwh a Year to Kw?

**Use the following equation to convert kWh to kW: P(kW) equals E(kWh) divided by t(hr).** Power is measured by kilo-Watts, while kilo-Watt-hours are a measure of energy.

Power multiplied by time equals energy consumption. If a 100 Watt bulb (power) is left on for 10 hours, it uses 1,000 Watt-hours, or 1kWh.

If a solar panel generates 250 Watts from the sun for five hours each day for 30 days, multiply 250 (Watts) by 5 (hours) by 30 (days) to determine that the panel generates 37,500 Watt-hours per month. Then divide that number by 1,000 for to find that the solar panel generates 37.5 kWh each month.

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## What Is the Difference Between Kva and Kw?

A: While both kVA and kW are units of measure, kVA is a kilo volt amperes and kW is a kilowatt. Both the kVA and the kW are units used to express power. Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## What Is the Formula to Convert AC to DC?

A: The formula for converting AC voltage to DC is: AC = DC/0.636. The same formula may be used to convert DC voltage into AC voltage. Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How Does a Rectifier Convert AC to DC Voltage?

A: A semi-conductor diode is the most common type of rectifier which converts alternating current, or AC, to direct current, or DC, by allowing only a one-way... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How Much Electricity Does a Water Cooler Use?

A: A cold-water-only water cooler uses 0.3 kWh per day, which equals about $25.00 a year. A hot and cold water cooler uses 2.8 kWh per day, or an estimated $2... Full Answer >Filed Under: