# Megawatt-hours to Kilowatt-hours Conversion

Enter the energy in megawatt-hours below to get the value converted to kilowatt-hours.

**Results in Kilowatt-hours:**

## How to Convert Megawatt-hours to Kilowatt-hours

To convert a megawatt-hour measurement to a kilowatt-hour measurement, multiply the energy by the conversion ratio.

Since one megawatt-hour is equal to 1,000 kilowatt-hours, you can use this simple formula to convert:

The energy in kilowatt-hours is equal to the megawatt-hours multiplied by 1,000.

**For example,**here's how to convert 5 megawatt-hours to kilowatt-hours using the formula above.

### How Many Kilowatt-hours Are in a Megawatt-hour?

There are **1,000** kilowatt-hours in a megawatt-hour, which is why we use this value in the formula above.

1 MWh = 1,000 kWh

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

## Megawatt-hours

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]}

## Kilowatt-hours

A kilowatt-hour is a measure of electrical energy equal to one kilowatt, or 1,000 watts, of power over a one hour period. Kilowatt-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.

Kilowatt-hours are usually abbreviated as *kWh*, although the formally adopted expression is *kW·h*. The abbreviation *kW h* is also sometimes used. For example, 1 kilowatt-hour can be written as 1 kWh, 1 kW·h, or 1 kW h.

## Megawatt-hour to Kilowatt-hour Conversion Table

Megawatt-hours | Kilowatt-hours |
---|---|

0.001 MWh | 1 kWh |

0.002 MWh | 2 kWh |

0.003 MWh | 3 kWh |

0.004 MWh | 4 kWh |

0.005 MWh | 5 kWh |

0.006 MWh | 6 kWh |

0.007 MWh | 7 kWh |

0.008 MWh | 8 kWh |

0.009 MWh | 9 kWh |

0.01 MWh | 10 kWh |

0.02 MWh | 20 kWh |

0.03 MWh | 30 kWh |

0.04 MWh | 40 kWh |

0.05 MWh | 50 kWh |

0.06 MWh | 60 kWh |

0.07 MWh | 70 kWh |

0.08 MWh | 80 kWh |

0.09 MWh | 90 kWh |

0.1 MWh | 100 kWh |

0.2 MWh | 200 kWh |

0.3 MWh | 300 kWh |

0.4 MWh | 400 kWh |

0.5 MWh | 500 kWh |

0.6 MWh | 600 kWh |

0.7 MWh | 700 kWh |

0.8 MWh | 800 kWh |

0.9 MWh | 900 kWh |

1 MWh | 1,000 kWh |

## References

- Bureau International des Poids et Mesures, The International System of Units (SI), 9th edition, 2019, https://www.bipm.org/documents/20126/41483022/SI-Brochure-9-EN.pdf

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