GWH

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AcronymDefinition
GWHGas Water Heater (various companies)
GWHGigawatt Hour
GWHGreat Western Hospital (Swindon, UK)
GWHGood Will Hunting (movie)
GWHGlobal Warming Hoax (website)
GWHGreat Western Highway (New South Wales, Australia)
GWHGreat White Hunter
GWHGlobal Web Hosting
GWHGeorgia Wrestling History (professional wrestling website and forum)
GWHGold with Honours (performing arts award)
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But the growth is expected to be more than double in 2018, up to 1,233 megawatt hours (or 1.233 gigawatt hours), the group predicts.
Summary: Jordan exported some 380 gigawatt hours of electricity to Egypt in 2014 as the Kingdom is signatory to an agreement to provide the North African country with surplus when needed, according to the National Electric Power Company (NEPCO).
A gigawatt hour of electricity is enough to power 1,000 Indiana homes for one month.
Its growth in renewables came as its gas and oil-fired generation output fell by 28.1% to 3,810 gigawatt hours.
The 10 MW photovoltaic project is expected to produce approximately 20 GWh (Gigawatt hours) annually.
The plant will generate 145 gigawatt hours of electricity annually, enough to power 20,690 households and offset 72,700 tons of carbon dioxide emission each year.
The six project sites are in the towns of Hunter, Clifton Park, Turin, Croghan and Denmark, and will use about 111,765 solar panels, generating roughly 46.725 gigawatt hours of electricity.
During the period, the non-Chinese battery makers worldwide collectively shipped 16.1 gigawatt hours of EV batteries, up 54.6 percent year-on-year.
Belgium currently receives only 870 megawatt hours of its four offshore parks but plans to reach 2.2 gigawatt hours by 2020 and 4 gigawatts by 2030.
Wind power company Arise AB (STO:ARISE) reported on Tuesday that power production in October 2017 was 69.8 GWh (GigaWatt hours), of which 40.8 GWh refers to Own wind power production and 29.0 GWh to Co-Owned wind power production.
The company will carry out a solar-power project in Liberia for generating 1.1 gigawatt hours of electricity per year.