Q: How may kwh does restaurant use?

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about 10,000 KWh

100 kWh

Typically you would use 0.276 litres/kWh for HSD and 0.234 litres/kWh for HFO

To find kWh a time frame has to be given. That is what the h in kWh stands for.

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About 11.75 cents per kWh for residential use (7.53 cents/kWh for industrial), as of September 2010:

The cost of a kWh is 0.1029 or 10 and a third cents for every hour that you use.

In ten hours, a 200W bulb will use: 10 * 200 = 2000 Watt-hours = 2 kwh

Use the equation. Kw x Hours = KWh so take 10Kw multiplied by 8,760 hours and you get 87,600 KWh. 10Kw x 8,760 hours = 87,600 KWh

if you are under 2760kwh then you will pay 0.538 rmb per each kwh you use.

About 3 kWh's of heat are created for every kWh of electricity it consumes

If it is a 100 watt bulb, this would take 2.4 KWh in a day and hence 876 KWh in a year. This would be the same whatever the source of the electricity