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a unit of power equal to 1000 watts

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Behzad also said that Iran has exported over 11bln kilowatts of electricity last year.
But the utility ''will not face difficulties'' in supplying necessary amounts of electricity, one of its officials said, given that power demand has been recently fluctuating at around 14 million kilowatts in its service areas, as well as favorable weather forecasts for the coming days.
The Public Utilities Authority plenum decided not to limit the installation of photovoltaic facilities smaller than 15 kilowatts, defined for household use.
New formula will grant consumers of one-kilowatt to 10-kilowatt installations subsidy of NT$50,000 (US$1,560 at US$1:NT$32) for the installation and NT$11.1883 for each kilowatt of electricity the system generates per hour.
Poul La Cour, a Danish inventor, built a practical four-blade windmill in 1891, and by 1917 windmills producing 25 kilowatts were in common use in Denmark (still a wind energy pioneer today).
Tokyo Electric, which has already provided Tohoku Electric with 300,000 kilowatts of power, will further supply a maximum of 500,000 kilowatts on Saturday.
A total of 468 generators with generating capacity of 10.71 million kilowatts have been closed by July 15, said the official with the National Energy Administration.
said Wednesday it has resumed operation at the trouble-hit Misumi thermal plant in Shimane Prefecture, paving the way for it to provide 720,000 kilowatts of electricity next month to Kansai Electric Power Co., which has been experiencing a stringent power supply situation.
"Low-income citizens consume little electricity, so they will enjoy an exchangeable subsidy even after cutting the subsidy in full in 2022." The prices of electricity which are currently applied and came in force on July 1, 2018 are as follows: Housing use: First bracket: From 0 to 50 kilowatts = (22 piasters up from 13).
The new prices, according to the minister, come as part of the government's economic reform program, and they were put into effect as of July 1 as follows: Housing use: First bracket: From 0 to 50 kilowatts: new price is 22 piasters up from 13.
Chugoku Electric initially estimated that the maximum power demand in its service area in July would be 11.65 million kilowatts and that its supply capacity would be 12.95 million kilowatts, but the suspension of the Misumi plant will decrease the capacity by 780,000 kilowatts.