# Megawatthours to Watthours calculator

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## Megawatthours to Watthours Conversion Table

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MWh Wh MWh Wh MWh Wh MWh Wh
1 1000000 26 26000000 51 51000000 76 76000000
2 2000000 27 27000000 52 52000000 77 77000000
3 3000000 28 28000000 53 53000000 78 78000000
4 4000000 29 29000000 54 54000000 79 79000000
5 5000000 30 30000000 55 55000000 80 80000000
6 6000000 31 31000000 56 56000000 81 81000000
7 7000000 32 32000000 57 57000000 82 82000000
8 8000000 33 33000000 58 58000000 83 83000000
9 9000000 34 34000000 59 59000000 84 84000000
10 10000000 35 35000000 60 60000000 85 85000000
11 11000000 36 36000000 61 61000000 86 86000000
12 12000000 37 37000000 62 62000000 87 87000000
13 13000000 38 38000000 63 63000000 88 88000000
14 14000000 39 39000000 64 64000000 89 89000000
15 15000000 40 40000000 65 65000000 90 90000000
16 16000000 41 41000000 66 66000000 91 91000000
17 17000000 42 42000000 67 67000000 92 92000000
18 18000000 43 43000000 68 68000000 93 93000000
19 19000000 44 44000000 69 69000000 94 94000000
20 20000000 45 45000000 70 70000000 95 95000000
21 21000000 46 46000000 71 71000000 96 96000000
22 22000000 47 47000000 72 72000000 97 97000000
23 23000000 48 48000000 73 73000000 98 98000000
24 24000000 49 49000000 74 74000000 99 99000000
25 25000000 50 50000000 75 75000000 100 100000000

• ##### 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.
• ##### Watthour (3,600 J)
The watt hour (symbol Wh) is a unit of energy equal to 3.6 kilojoules. If energy is transmitted or used at a constant rate (power) over a period of time, the total energy in watt hours is equal to the power in watts multiplied by the time in hours. The kilowatt hour is commonly used as a billing unit for energy delivered to consumers by electric utilities.
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