# Volts to gigavolts conversion

Volts to gigavolts conversion is the process of converting voltage values from Volts to gigavolts, which is a unit used to measure extremely high voltages on a global scale. To convert Volts to gigavolts, you divide the value in Volts by 1,000,000,000. This conversion is commonly employed in fields such as electrical engineering and power generation when dealing with exceptionally large voltage levels.

## What is Volts to gigavolts conversion

To convert volts (V) to gigavolts (GV), you need to divide the value in volts by 1,000,000,000.

This is because there are 1,000,000,000 volts in a gigavolt.

For example, let's convert 2,500,000,000 volts to gigavolts:

GV = 2,500,000,000 V / 1,000,000,000 GV = 2.5 GV

Therefore, 2,500,000,000 volts is equal to 2.5 gigavolts.

## How to convet volts to gigavolts

1 V = 10^{-9} GV = 0.000000001 GV

or

1 GV = 10^{9} V = 1000000000 V

### Volts to gigavolts formula

The voltage *V* in gigavolts (GV) is equal to the voltage *V* in volts (V) divided by 10^{9}:

*V*_{(GV)} = *V*_{(V)} / 10^{9}

### Example

Convert 3 volts to gigavolts:

*V*_{(GV)} = 3V / 10^{9} = 3×10^{9} GV

## Volts to gigavolts conversion table

Volts (V) | Gigavolts (GV) |
---|---|

0 V | 0 GV |

1 V | 10^{-9} GV |

10 V | 10^{-8} GV |

100 V | 10^{-7} GV |

1000 V | 10^{-6} GV |

10000 V | 10^{-5} GV |

100000 V | 10^{-4} GV |

1000000 V | 10^{-3} GV |