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How Much Electricity Does the Average Household Consume in a Day?

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Electricity is no longer a luxury; rather a necessity just like water and oxygen. The rapid increase in demand for electricity has brought about continuous innovative ways of producing and saving energy in our day to day lives. Scotland has a population of five million and, if in line with the rest of the UK, each person consumes approximately 120 kWh a day (MacKay 2009); with electricity consumption being 36kw/h in Scotland.
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24 kwh per day.
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Hi Gavin, You should be looking at wattage. You should be able to find out how much you use by looking at your electric bill. It should tell you how many kW you use every month.
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