# Megawatthours to Gigajoules calculator

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## Megawatthours to Gigajoules Conversion Table

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MWh GJ MWh GJ MWh GJ MWh GJ
1 3.6 26 93.6 51 183.6 76 273.6
2 7.2 27 97.2 52 187.2 77 277.2
3 10.8 28 100.8 53 190.8 78 280.8
4 14.4 29 104.4 54 194.4 79 284.4
5 18 30 108 55 198 80 288
6 21.6 31 111.6 56 201.6 81 291.6
7 25.2 32 115.2 57 205.2 82 295.2
8 28.8 33 118.8 58 208.8 83 298.8
9 32.4 34 122.4 59 212.4 84 302.4
10 36 35 126 60 216 85 306
11 39.6 36 129.6 61 219.6 86 309.6
12 43.2 37 133.2 62 223.2 87 313.2
13 46.8 38 136.8 63 226.8 88 316.8
14 50.4 39 140.4 64 230.4 89 320.4
15 54 40 144 65 234 90 324
16 57.6 41 147.6 66 237.6 91 327.6
17 61.2 42 151.2 67 241.2 92 331.2
18 64.8 43 154.8 68 244.8 93 334.8
19 68.4 44 158.4 69 248.4 94 338.4
20 72 45 162 70 252 95 342
21 75.6 46 165.6 71 255.6 96 345.6
22 79.2 47 169.2 72 259.2 97 349.2
23 82.8 48 172.8 73 262.8 98 352.8
24 86.4 49 176.4 74 266.4 99 356.4
25 90 50 180 75 270 100 360

• ##### Megawatthour (3,600,000,000 J)
The megawatt hour (symbol MWh) is a unit of energy equal to 3,600 megajoules. If energy is transmitted or used at a constant rate (power) over a period of time, the total energy in megawatt hours is equal to the power in megawatt multiplied by the time in hours.
• ##### Gigajoule (1,000,000,000 J)
The joule (/dʒuːl/; symbol: J) is a derived unit of energy in the International System of Units. It is equal to the energy transferred to (or work done on) an object when a force of one newton acts on that object in the direction of its motion through a distance of one metre (1 newton metre or N⋅m). It is also the energy dissipated as heat when an electric current of one ampere passes through a resistance of one ohm for one second. It is named after the English physicist James Prescott Joule (1818–1889).
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