Most powerplants produce several "Megawatts" of power. A megawatt is a million watts. The average lamp in our homes is about 100 watts.
to run one hydroelectric power plant it needs about 1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000212212200 people to run it.
If it is a large plant then more than 30 megawatts, and if it is a small plant then less than 30 megawatts.
Solar panels can make enough watts to power your whole house if you have enough of them. Some solar panels will generate 50 watts, 80 watts or 120 watts.
1 kva is equal to 1000 watts
10,000 watts (10 Kilowatts).
i think the rule is 100watt per plant.
How many watts a CCTV camera is depends on the make and the model of the camera. Smaller cameras are as little as 15 and 17 watts.
Volts don't make power. Watts do. Watts = (volts) x (amps) 1 horsepower = 746 watts
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Power = E I = (110) x (8) = 880 watts
That depends on the speaker's type and make.
100 mega watts
from memory at trade school , it is 743 watts = 1 horse powercheers
2 hydroelectric dams in south Africa
That depends how powerful the turbines are and how many the dam has.
It depend by the type and the make.
There is not enough information to answer your question directly... In order to determine how many volts it takes to make 4000 watts, you also need to know how many amperes there are. That is because watts is volts times amperes. For example, if you had a 120V system, you could divide 4000 watts by 120 volts to get 33 1/3 amperes.
this question does not make much sence but yes hydroecectric power is used lots in many different countries. Infact the world get 19% of its energy from hydroelectric power
the answer for how many watts a cellphone is.....around 10-16 watts a daymany watts my friend, many wattsThe phone uses 10-16 watts a day.i dont know how many watts it carrys but if i guest it probably 25watts if you find out tell me mahalo
It depends on the voltage; watts = volts x amps, so if the voltage is 100 (say) then the wattage is 100 x 200 = 20,000 watts.
There are hundreds of hydroelectric power stations in England.
Volts don't make power. Watts do. Watts = (volts) x (amps) 1 horsepower = 746 watts (Doesn't matter if the source is AC, DC, or a combination of both.)
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