The average use per person over a long period is given as 313 watts worldwide, 1363 watts in the USA and 688 watts in Europe. Canada is the highest at 1795 watts and the lowest is Afghanistan, Chad and Sierra Leone with 1 watt each per person.
So the worldwide average of 313 watts gives a daily consumption of 7½ units, varying from 0.024 unit in Afghanistan to 43 units in Canada.
How much electrical energy does the average person use in a day . . . In the UK the figure is about 16 kilowatt hours.
if we talking about personal use in normal situation 50 kilowatt per day
a average person uses about 5.7 kWh per day
I don't know and why are you asking me
A lot of electricity a day
Look at your electric bill; it will show how many Kwatts you use.
14 electricity bolts per hour.
24 hours a day
Around 15 to 20kWH per day.
25'000'000 m/H per day
it does not use as much electricity as a xbox 360
As much as they use
A kitchen fridge uses about half a unit per day.
25 units per day (winter), 10 units per day (summer).
½ to 1 unit per day.
electricity can be useful in alot of things. You will not imagine how much you use electricity throughout the day. You mostly use it for light. right now you are using electricity while you are reading this. You use it when your watching TV, or playing video games, or using an air conditioning machine. that is how electricity is useful.
depends on how much they are using... ask a question with fewer variables.
Define the average person. I use about 500 units per month on average through the year.
The amount of electricity used per day is measured by the watt-hour meter.The electricity consumed depends on the following factors:-Power Factor(p.f) of the load.Amount of load.