How much KWH a 12 MW power plant produce in 24 hours?
It depends upon the rating of the plant. A typical plant will produce around 1100 megawatts per hour.
Up to 1500MWe per reactor
Nuclear energy/electricity varies, but in 2007, USA generated an average of 12.4 billion kilowatt-hours per-nuclear plant.
The Vermont Yankee plant is currently licensed to produce 620 MW. It was originally licensed to produce 520 MW, but received an uprate in power output in May of 2006.
At full load with both units running the plant can produce 260 megawatts per hour. If it burns to the ground, black people will eat money.
If it runs at 1000 MW (for example) and it runs all year at this power level, it will produce 365,000 MWd (megawattdays) of electricity in one year.
The energy produced is related to the size of the power plant, not the amount of gas it uses. The question you really want answered is "How much gas does it take to produce a kilowatt of electricity?"
A coal plant can produce different amount of energy. It depends on the size of the plant.
In 2008, the "average" nuclear power plant generated about 12.4 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh). There were 65 nuclear power plants with 104 operating nuclear reactors that generated a total of 808.97 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh), or almost 20% of the nation's electricity. Thirty-six of those plants had two or more reactors. The smallest nuclear plant has a single reactor with 476 MW of generation capacity and the largest has three reactors with a total of 3,825 MW… Read More
IT produces more than 100,000,000 a year...........................................sike i dont know
One head each plant.
Why doesn't a plant produce as much starch in the absence of water as it does in the presence of water?
In order to produce starch, a plant has to combine water and the sugar it produces. Without water, a plant cannot produce starch.
Nuclear plants produce no air pollution, but they do produce nuclear wastes that must be disposed of, but they are usually buried deep underground so as not to contaminate groundwater.
The output of nuclear reactors varies but if we take 1000 MWe as typical, and there are 8760 hours in a year, this gives 1000 x 8760 MegaWatthours, or 8760 GigaWatthours, or 8.760 TeraWatthours.
This depends of what you mean by a 5kw system. If you mean 5kw of panels then you produce 5,000 watts of power per hour. Depending on where you live, the season and number of optimal sun hours will give varying results. Lets say you get 6 hours of optimal sunlight daily, then you would produce 30kw of power.
A typical solar panel will produce about 75% of the rated power during full sunlight hours if the weather is cool enough to allow for operation. Warm weather or clouds will degrade their performance. Most panels produce less power during their expected life then what it takes to build a unit.
How much oxygen a plant produces will depend on the size of the plant, and the number of leaves on the plant. Each leaf on a plant produces a certain amount of oxygen.
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The dam produces 4 billion kilowatt-hours per year, enough for 1.5 million people
Mitochondria provide power for the cell. It's pretty much the power plant of the cell
22,500 MW of power
To produce it and distribute it, ac is much easier.
1 to 2/L in 24 hours
There are many factors involved, such as age, load, type of power, capacity, and environment. For instance, the average cost of just fuel in a typical nuclear power plant is around $40 million (US) for 18 months. The maintenance of a power plant includes parts, labour and ovehead for breakdown repairs, preventive maintenance and capital renewals, it does not include the fuel used to produce the power output of the plant. Maintenance costs for a… Read More
Energy out put depend on the designed reactor size, a plant of size 1,000 MW would have maximum energy output of 24,000 MWh electricity in a day or 864 GJ of energy. Nuclear power produces around 11% of the world's energy needs, and produces huge amounts of energy from small amounts of fuel, without the pollution that you'd get from burning fossil fuels.
For sweet corn, a plant generally produces one or two ears at most.
How big is the plant? Does it specialise in LCD TVs? How much of a budget does it have?
Much cleaner than coal powered plants (no emissions) - although there is nuclear waste Produce relatively cheap energy Produces extremely large amount of energy compared to a coal plant
Kudankulam Nuclear Powerplant is designed to produce 2000 Mega Watts. But can extract up to 4000 Mega Watts at maximum capacity.
When there's no wind and when there's too much wind.
The amount of money that a power plant worker makes will vary depending on the position they hold, A power plant operator makes about $69,000 per year.
It depends of the size of the dam. Go to google and type "how much can (name of the dam) produce".
Not really. You receive 100 times as much radiation from coal power plant pollution than you do from nuclear power plant leaks.
Hydro plants range in size from arbitrarily small to the largest power plant in the world. On the small side, there are hydro power generators that literally can fit onto a person's hand, with very small output. Some people use very small generators to produce power for their homes or for other off-grid use of power. There is no reason why a much smaller model could be produced, though it would probably not have a… Read More
larger one will produce up to 2000Watts.the smaller produce 700 to 1000 watts
What are the difference between huge power generators found in power station and a simple bicycle generator?
Bicicle generators do not produce the same power out (usually much less) it would take hours to do what a large generator can create at any moment for long periods of time
Depends on the design.
glucouse ( a simple sugar!)
my name is Reba and the human body will produce 300 watts
One liter of what?
The biggest Hydro plant in Norway is Kvildal with an effect of 1240 MW per hour. So about 2500 Mw. But there are far bigger powerplants in the world with higher effect than this.
2.5 kilowatt hours is used if 500 watts of power is left on for 5 hours
Through machines My answer is short and simple, although not as much as the first one, lol. Nuclear power plants create electricity much the same as any other power plant the difference is the fuel used. The nuclear fission is the energy used to heat water that creates steam to turn a turbine which generates electricity.
Full sunlight for best results but a rose will survive in partial shade. or a minimum of four to six hours of direct sun per day is essential for the plant to grow and produce flowers
it is when the plant was so much power that it can actually break out the a rock or a mineral
At least 10 hours
Practically no carbon dioxide (CO2) is produced from a geothermal power plant once it has been established. There is a carbon footprint from its construction and assembly, but this is wiped out in a few months by the free, renewable, clean, non-polluting energy that it provides.
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Six panels would produce six times the power, 1.2 kilowatts. Note that this happens only in direct sunlight, and in other conditions the power produced is much less. In ideal conditions the panels would produce 1.2-kilowatt-hours every hour, so in an 8-hour day it would be 9.6 kilowatt-hours, but not when it's cloudy.