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a unit of energy equal to the power of one watt operating for one hour

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Tesla, a United States-based automaker, has announced that its Supercharger network has generated one gigawatt-hour of electricity in June.
Electricity production in Pakistan increased to 11,698 Gigawatt-hour in June 2016 from 11,035 gigawatt-hour in May of 2016.
00 Gigawatt-hour in July of 2014 and a record low of 4195.
The solar power from the first phase is expected by next summer and the total project is expected to generate about 361 gigawatt-hours per year over 25 years.
The company's sales increased 14 percent to 14,950 gigawatt-hours, while revenue rose to PHP127.
In a recent study, the Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership concluded that economically achievable upgrades in the region's efficiency would result in 34,375 gigawatt-hours in energy savings by 2013, which is enough to power all Connecticut and New Hampshire households for a year.
Following the acquisition, Fortum would own four heating companies in Poland with aggregate net sales of close to EUR130m and annual heat sales of 3900 gigawatt-hours (GWh).
8 gigawatt-hours daily output of the single nuclear power plant at Diablo Canyon would cost about $66 billion - enough to build 13 Diablo Canyons, or 22 comparable nuclear plants with today's technology.
Although the company's plants have approximately 2,311 gigawatt-hours of total storage capacity, persistent low water flows would result in reduced power generation.
1 gigawatt-hours to supply up to eight hours of full load power after dark.
The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Energy Star Office Equipment Program has registered 2,000 computer, printer and monitor models as energy-efficient, and it estimates the program will save 17,000 gigawatt-hours per year by 2010.
LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is seeking proposals for 2,200 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of energy per year--worth approximately $176 million annually--from "green power" resources such as solar, wind, and geothermal power.
On average, it will be able to produce 1,130 gigawatt-hours of electricity per annum from 743 gigawatt-hours generated in 2012.
Sales declined almost 2% to 1,005 gigawatt-hours in fiscal 2006 mainly as a result of warmer heating-season weather compared to last year.
Napocor produces more than 40,000 gigawatt-hours of electricity, about the same amount as generated in the states of New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island and Delaware combined.