Megawatt-Hours to British Thermal Units Converter

Enter the energy in megawatt-hours below to get the value converted to british thermal units.


Result in British Thermal Units:

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1 MWh = 3,412,141.633128 BTU

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How to Convert Megawatt-Hours to British Thermal Units

To convert a measurement in megawatt-hours to a measurement in british thermal units, multiply the energy by the following conversion ratio: 3,412,141.633128 british thermal units/megawatt-hour.

Since one megawatt-hour is equal to 3,412,141.633128 british thermal units, you can use this simple formula to convert:

british thermal units = megawatt-hours × 3,412,141.633128

The energy in british thermal units is equal to the energy in megawatt-hours multiplied by 3,412,141.633128.

For example, here's how to convert 5 megawatt-hours to british thermal units using the formula above.
british thermal units = (5 MWh × 3,412,141.633128) = 17,060,708.16564 BTU

How Many British Thermal Units Are in a Megawatt-Hour?

There are 3,412,141.633128 british thermal units in a megawatt-hour, which is why we use this value in the formula above.

1 MWh = 3,412,141.633128 BTU

Megawatt-hours and british thermal units are both units used to measure energy. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

What Is a Megawatt-Hour?

A megawatt-hour is a measure of electrical energy equal to one megawatt, or 1,000,000 watts, of power over a one hour period. Megawatt-hours are a measure of electrical work performed over a period of time, and are often used as a way of measuring energy usage by electric companies.

Megawatt-hours are usually abbreviated as MWh, although the formally adopted expression is MW·h. The abbreviation MW h is also sometimes used. For example, 1 megawatt-hour can be written as 1 MWh, 1 MW·h, or 1 MW h.

In formal expressions, the centered dot (·) or space is used to separate units used to indicate multiplication in an expression and to avoid conflicting prefixes being misinterpreted as a unit symbol.[1]

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What Is a British Thermal Unit?

British thermal units are a measure of heat energy. Specifically, one british thermal unit is equal to the amount of heat energy required to increase the temperature of one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. They are often used as a way to rate the energy heat producing appliances such furnaces, and to price heating fuels such as natural gas.

The british thermal unit is a US customary unit of energy. British thermal units can be abbreviated as BTU; for example, 1 british thermal unit can be written as 1 BTU.

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Megawatt-Hour to British Thermal Unit Conversion Table

Table showing various megawatt-hour measurements converted to british thermal units.
Megawatt-hours British Thermal Units
0.000001 MWh 3.4121 BTU
0.000002 MWh 6.8243 BTU
0.000003 MWh 10.24 BTU
0.000004 MWh 13.65 BTU
0.000005 MWh 17.06 BTU
0.000006 MWh 20.47 BTU
0.000007 MWh 23.88 BTU
0.000008 MWh 27.3 BTU
0.000009 MWh 30.71 BTU
0.0000001 MWh 0.341214 BTU
0.000001 MWh 3.4121 BTU
0.00001 MWh 34.12 BTU
0.0001 MWh 341.21 BTU
0.001 MWh 3,412 BTU
0.01 MWh 34,121 BTU
0.1 MWh 341,214 BTU
1 MWh 3,412,142 BTU


  1. Bureau International des Poids et Mesures, The International System of Units (SI), 9th edition, 2019,

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