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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

or

1 blow drier always on

or

1 window AC unit running all the time.

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