BkWh

AcronymDefinition
BkWhBillion Kilowatt Hours
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Venezuela has the installed capacity to generate 100bn kilowatthours (Bkwh), up from 99.2 Bkwh in 2005, and normally consumes 80 Bkwh (up from 73.4 Bkwh in 2005).
Both electric generation and consumption have been relatively flat since 1991, with local generation totalling 21.6bn kilowatt hours (bkWh) - 85% of which being conventional thermal generation - and consumption of 25bn kWh.
Venezuela has the installed capacity to generate 100 bn kilowatthours (Bkwh), up from 99.2 Bkwh in 2005, and normally consumes 80 Bkwh (up from 73.4 Bkwh in 2005).
Both electric generation and consumption have been relatively flat since 1991, with local generation totalling 21.6 bn kilowatt hours (bkWh) - 85% of which being conventional thermal generation - and consumption of 25 bkWh.
On average, Azerbaijan now is importing about 5.5 bkWh. In order to supply electricity to all parts of the country (including the Nakhchivan exclave), Azerbaijan imports power from Russia, Turkey, Iran, and Georgia.
Venezuela generates 100 bn kilowatthours (Bkwh), up from 99.2 Bkwh in 2005, and consumes 80 Bkwh (up from 73.4 Bkwh in 2005).