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KHKilowatt-Hours (also kWh)
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KHKilling Heidi (band)
KHKrebs-Henseleit Solution
KHKirk Hammet (lead guitar for band Metallica)
KHKaufman Hall (Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA)
KHKatherine Hepburn (actress)
KHKey West to Galveston (routing designation: US Navy)
KHKenshin Himura (anime)
KHKnights Hospitallers (Knights of Malta)
KHKagome Higurashi (anime)
KHKarbonat Haerte (German: Carbonate Hardness)
KHKonnur High Road (Chennai, India)
KHKhamis/Higgins Reliability Model
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Summary: The Energy Ministry pegged the electricity generator subscription rate for February at LL385 ($0.25) per kilowatt-hour, a statement from the ministry said Thursday.
In 2018, Azerbaijan's electricity exports increased by 165.2 million kilowatt-hours in comparison with 2017 (1.28 billion kilowatt-hours), reaching 1.447 billionkilowatt-hours
At 1.5 million kilowatt-hours of green energy used last year, the co-op is 29th on the list.
Large-lot sales to corporate users shrank 4.0 percent to 21.26 billion kilowatt-hours for the 11th consecutive monthly fall, it added.
How many kilowatt-hours does an average computer use?
Innovation in refrigeration controls is the catalyst in capitalizing on the greenest and cheapest kilowatt-hours, but it requires the crucial link between strategy and the organization's ability to execute, including linking that strategy to midlevel managers who are often tasked with the day-to-day job function that delivers the intended results.
The proposed rate is 12.65 cents per kilowatt-hour of electricity for the so-called winter period, beginning Nov.
Since Georgia Power began the Green Energy program in October 2006, more than 3,000 customers have committed to purchase in excess of 16 million kilowatt-hours of Green Energy annually.
Green Mountain College in nearby Poultney has agreed to buy 1.2 million kilowatt-hours of the Audets' cow power electricity annually, tacking a $48,000 surcharge on its bill.
The 404,000 kilowatt-hours consisting of 100 percent wind power attributes is enough to offset the usage of the entire Javits Center throughout the week-long event.
On the other end of the country, 85 percent of Western Washington University students voted to pay $1.05 more per credit hour, so the school could buy 35 million kilowatt-hours of green-powered electricity from Puget Sound Energy in 2005-2006.
The daily input of dung and urine from a single cow produces 1-2 kilowatt-hours of electricity or 8-9 kilowatt-hours of heat.