TWh

AcronymDefinition
TWhTeraWatt Hour(s)
TWhTennessee Walking Horse
TWhTankless Water Heater
TWhTotal Worker Health (various organizations)
TWhThree Way Handshake
TWhToronto Western Hospital (Toronto, ON Canada)
TWhTown House
TWhTemporary Worker Housing
TWhThe Washington Home (Washington, DC)
TWhThe Wounded Healer (child abuse support community)
TWhTuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
TWhTechnical Warrant Holder (organization of technical authority)
TWhThe Whore House
TWhThe Woman-Hunter
TWhThis Won't Help
TWhThresholding with Hysteresis
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Some 12.6 TWh of natural gas were transmitted for Lithuania's domestic needs, a rise of 1.4 percent year-on-year.
to increase to 1,330 TWh for 2019/20 according to Central Electricity Authority (CEA).
China used up 5,683 TWh, and the United States 3,808 TWh.
Electricity import in 2017 increased 3.1 times y/y from the low base in 2016 (-31.5% y/y) to 1.5 TWh, or 11.5% of total electricity supplied to the grid.Ee The reasons behind the dramatic increase were consumption growth in 2017 and lower hydro generation in the winter (-7.5% y/y), mainly due to EnguriEe's maintenance works.
Iran's electricity export increased by 13 percent to 7.11 TWh from the beginning of the current fiscal year to Jan.
Bahrain generates 27.8 TWh of energy annually, with Oman ranking slightly higher and generating 29.6 TWh.
Bangladesh in 2008 consumed only 34.2 TWh electricity that was almost 1/3rd of the power consumption in Pakistan.
The mission of the TWH affiliate program is to advance greater integration of worker health protection and promotion through collaborations with public and not-for-profit organizations, such as ISSA
Bulgariaas electricity production from wind power stood at 1.304 TWh in 2014, up from 1.240 TWh in 2013.
Elia's annual report further showed that Belgium was again a net importer of electricity in 2013, namely 9.6 TWh, versus 9.9 TWh in 2012.
The company supplied some 1.5 TWh of electricity, a drop from 1.8 TWh a year earlier.
Ottawa, Canada, June 12, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Canada consumed 19 TWh (terrawatt-hours) of electricity from renewable energy sources in 2012, an increase of 10.5% over 2011 and scored #11 around the world in the 62nd annual "BP Statistical Review of World Energy."