It's going in at ten kilovolts, so that's a five billion kilowatt supply.
There are amperes, and there are volts, and there are kilowatt hours.
We had to use a kilowatt before they could pick it up at 200 miles.
Voltage, amperage, and watt or kilowatt are the terms in common use.
A horse-power is equivalent to 746 watts, or is nearly 3/4 of a kilowatt.
What is the expense for this power at 10 cents a kilowatt hour?
How long would it take for this lamp to use a kilowatt hour of energy?
A kilowatt is usually indicated by "kw" and a kilowatt hour by "kwh."
By experiment it has been found that one kilowatt is equivalent to about 1-1/3 horse power.
Kilowatts—Your electric bill usually reads in kilowatt hours.