BkWh

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BkWhBillion Kilowatt Hours
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By comparison, 2016 saw 7.17 billion kilowatt hours consumed, with 22 percent of it imported.
The Company's power plants have generated more than three billion kilowatt hours of ultra-clean power using a variety of fuels including clean natural gas as well as renewable biogas from wastewater treatment and food processing.
The Company's power plants have generated more than 2 billion kilowatt hours of ultra-clean power using a variety of fuels including renewable biogas from wastewater treatment and food processing, as well as clean natural gas.
The data showed that the month's electricity production increased to 18.4 billion kilowatt hours, while consumption hit 32.5 billion kilowatt hours.
The chairman estimated LED lighting could save around 85%, or 26 billion kilowatt hours, of the total 30 billion kilowatt hours of electricity that Taiwan's lighting consumes a year.
"Turkey's electricity demand is estimated to reach 520 billion kilowatt hours a year by 2023.
Its 80 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 400 MW are expected to generate around 1.4 billion kilowatt hours of electricity a year, enough to supply 445,000 households with environmentally friendly power.
The company generated 18 billion kilowatt hours in fiscal 2011, up 1.27 percent over the year-ago period.
Computing and graphics solutions provider Intel Corporation (Nasdaq:INTC) will purchase 2.5 billion kilowatt hours of renewable energy credits (RECs) in 2011.
According to SIA, innovations in the semiconductor industry have already improved energy efficiency, saving the equivalent of 775 billion kilowatt hours per year as of 2006 -- the equivalent of 180 large electric power generating plants.
The July sendout translates to 6.7 billion kilowatt hours. A typical Con Edison customer in New York City uses approximately 350 kilowatt hours a month.
The higher subsidy rate would lead to a total increase of 6.1 billion kilowatt hours of power, compared with 1.5 billion kilowatt hours in the case of the 38 new hydroelectric plants, according to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.