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### How do you convert dollars per kWh to dollar per Btu?

Divide the dollars per kWh by 3,412.14163

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Divide the dollars per kWh by 3,412.14163

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Nuclear energy cost to the consumer is simply part of your electricity tariff rate, you don't pay for it separately. If you want to convert from KWh to BTU, or vice versa, the relation is 10,000 BTU = 2.93 KWh

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1 Kwh = 3413 Btu 1 MWh = 1000 KWh 1 MWh = 3.413 mmbtu

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341,744,380 kwh = 1,166,080,226,885 BTU (rounded) 508,068,160 kwh = 1,733,600,521,202 BTU (rounded) 341,744,380 kwh/508,068,160 kwh = 0.67263 (rounded, no unit)

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1 KWh = 3413 BTU

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One BTU is approximately a third of a watt-hour. An MMbtu is million.

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Natural Gas

One thousand cubic feet of gas (Mcf) -> 1.027 million BTU = 1.083 billion J = 301 kWh by Lyon

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Does not compute Kilowatts do not convert to BTU and vice versa. The watt is a unit of power, whereas the BTU is a unit of energy. Perhaps you meant BTU/hr. 1.5E5 BTU/hr = 43.96 kilowatts You could do a… Full Answer

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1 kilowatt-hour is 3412 British Thermal Units, so 4 kWh is 13648 BTU.

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1 gallon of water weighs 8.34 pounds. It takes I BTU to change the temp of 1 pound of water 1 degree F. So for 1 gallon it takes 8.34 BTU. It takes 3412.14 BTU to equal 1 KWH. So… Full Answer

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3412.142 BTU/hr per kW, and 3,412.142 BTU per kWh .

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3,413

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Heat rate is equal to 3412.14 Btu/kWh divided by the thermal efficiency of the plant (no units), hence your answer will be in Btu/kWh.

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1 kW is equal to 3412.3 BTU/hour. This is using the values of 1.055 kJ per BTU and 3600 kJ/kWh. Other sources confusingly list the exact conversion of 1 kWh as 3412.14163 BTU 3412.1416416 BTU 3412.1414799 BTU (One source uses… Full Answer

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1 watt is 3.412 BTU/hr or 1 watt-hour is 3.412 BTUs, so the answer is 3412 BTU.

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1 BTU = 1.055 kilojoules. I'm not sure what you mean by 'BTUday'. BTU is a quantity of energy, so BTU x Day has no meaning. BTU/day is a rate of energy, ie power. KW is a rate, and KWh… Full Answer

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1 kWH = 3.6 megajoules of energy and 1 BTU = approximately 1055 joules. 1 kWH = 3412.3 BTU So a million BTUs would be 3.4123 billion BTUs (3.4 x 109 BTU) However, this is not an exact conversion because… Full Answer

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1 BTU = 1.055 kilojoules. (1 joule per second = 1 watt, or 1 joule = 1 watt-sec) 1 kWh = 3.6 megajoules (1000 x 3600 watt-sec = 3600 kilojoules) 3600000/1055 = 3412.3 So 1 kWh is the energy equivalent… Full Answer

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MBH does not convert directly to BTU. MBH is 1,000 BTU/hr.

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15 billion BTU/hr is 4,396,065.6kW and 15 billion BTU = 4,396,065.6 kWh

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Not possible to convert metric tonnes to kwh Metric tonnes is measure of mass and kwh is measure of energy.

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One BTU equals 0.293071 Wh (watt hours). 5000 BTU equals 1.465355 kWh (kilowatt hours).

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45.000.000 kWh = MW

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It depends on the btu of the unit

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In the US Natural Gas output is measured in cubic feet, First you must convert feet to meters: 3.28084 fpm, then we must determine cubic feet per cubic meter, 3.28084 X 3.28084 X 3.28084 = 21.528 cubic ft in a… Full Answer

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1 MMBtu = 293.1 kWh 1 kWh = 0.003412 MMBtu

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x BTUs / 3412.141633128 BTUs/KWH = KWH For example: -------------- If you burned 1,000,000 BTUs per month, then calculate the following: 1,000,000 BTUs / 3412.141633128 BTUs/KWH = ~293 KWHs per month Notes: ------- 1. Energy = the capacity/measure of a… Full Answer

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Cubic meters is a measure of volume, kWh is a unit of energy. The two are totally unrelated, you can't convert them. Cubic meters is a measure of volume, kWh is a unit of energy. The two are totally unrelated… Full Answer

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MCF * BTU = MMBTU MMBTU * KWH = Heat rate

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Cubic feet are a measure of volume, kWh is a measure of energy. You can't convert the one to the other.

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Horsepower x 2,544 = Btu

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To convert kW to BTU multiply by 3414.

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calories x 0.003968 = BTU

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BTU x 1,055.056 = joules

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1 BTU = 1,055 Joules

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Calories x 0.003968 = BTU

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1 kilocalorie = 3.96566683 btu

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One thousand cubic feet of gas (Mcf) -> 1.027 million BTU = 1.083 billion J = 301 kWh

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To convert 'kwh' to 'kvah' you first need to measure the length of time. You will then convert this amount to hours by dividing by 3,600. You will then divide this amount by the length of time.

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To convert from KVA (kilovoltamperes) to KWH (kilowatthours) first convert to KW (kilowatts) by multiplying by power factor. Power factor is the cosine of the phase angle between voltage and current. Then multiply by the number of hours that you… Full Answer

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To convert CFH to BTU, you need to use the formula 1 CFH which is equivalent to 1000 BTUs.

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kW x 3,412.1 = BTU/hr

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BTU means" british thermal unit " and is a measure of energy like kWh or Joules. BTU is often used in air conditioning. Btuh or btu/hr is a measure of power like kW and is also used in air conditioning… Full Answer

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Multiply kilowatt hours by 3,412.14 to get BTU.

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kW-h x 3,412.14 = BTU

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5.10kW converts to 17,401.92 BTU/hr