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# How many kWh in a cubic meter of natural gas?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### July 26, 2009 11:43AM

"I think it's just under 11 (10.86), my gas bill currently shows 1843.52 m3 which is converted to 19991.kWh It is 10.83KWh/m3." According to http://www.ukenergy.co.uk/pages/gas-kwh.html ..... Multiply m3 by a correction factor of 1.022640 and then by the calorific value shown on your last gas bill (39.1 for me). Finally divide the result by 3.6 to give kWh.

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