From government figures a person uses an "average of 920 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per month". (See link below for source)
so 1.28 KwH X 30 days X 24 hours.
or 1.28 Killowatts = 1280 watts continously.
This is roughly
13 classic light bulbs always on
1 blow drier always on
1 window AC unit running all the time.
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The average cost of electricity remains the same, whether or not the head of the household happens to be a single parent. The average cost of electricity per month per household in America is slightly above one hundred dollars.
In my household 15 units/day in summer, 25 units/day in winter.
the electricity bill is $75 a month.
The average home in Australia uses 14KW's per hour.
About 1.3 kWh/hour. According to EIA, 2010 average electricity use per household: 11496 kwh/yr Hours in a year consisting of 365 days x 24 hours a day: 8760 hrs/yr Dividing annual average figure by total hours in a year: 1.312328767 kWh/hr
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Using the Google search term "average household electricity consumption kwh"
approximatly 120000 books
The average amount of money that an American household spends on clothing per year is 1,700 US dollars. This is equivalent to about 2.72 percent of their salary.
An average household uses around 920 kWh/mo. If they got all their electricity from burning coal, that's 2070 to 791 pounds of coal per month. Source: michaelbluejay.com
The average American citizen makes around 35,000 dollars a year. The average American household makes around 53,000 dollars a year.
24 kwh per day
It could be 5000 kilowatt-hours per year.
About 10 units in summer, 30 in winter.
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