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What Is a Unit of Electricity Called?

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A unit of electrical energy is the kilowatt-hour which is symbolized as kWh and is equivalent to one kilowatt (1 kW) of power used for one hour (1 h). It is mostly used to determine the payment of electricity bills that is to be done by an individual.
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A unit of electricity is called a kilo watt hour. One unit of electricity is exactly equal to 1000 Watts of power .
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