# Kilowatt-hours to kilowatts calculator

Convert energy in kilowatt-hours (kWh) to power in kilowatts (kW). Ideal for understanding average power consumption, estimating power levels, and managing energy usage. Get accurate estimations using this convenient online tool.

## What is Kilowatt-hours to kilowatts

To convert kilowatts (kW) to kilovolt-amps (kVA), you need to know the power factor (PF) of the load. The formula for converting kilowatts to kilovolt-amps is:

kVA = kW / PF

Simply divide the power in kilowatts by the power factor to obtain the apparent power in kilovolt-amps.

For example, if you have a load with a power consumption of 6 kW and a power factor of 0.8, you can calculate the apparent power in kilovolt-amps as follows:

kVA = 6 kW / 0.8 kVA = 7.5 kVA

In this example, the load has an apparent power of 7.5 kilovolt-amps.

Please note that kilovolt-amps (kVA) represent the apparent power of an electrical system, which includes both real power (measured in kilowatts) and reactive power. The power factor (PF) represents the ratio of real power to apparent power and indicates how effectively electrical power is being utilized. For loads with unknown or unspecified power factors, it is common to assume a power factor of 1 (unity) for simplicity or refer to specific device or system specifications for accurate power factor values.

## KWh to kW calculation

The power P in kilowatts (kW) is equal to the energy E in kilowatt-hours (kWh), divided by the consumption time period t in hours (h):

*P*_{(kW)} = *E*_{(kWh)}* */* t*_{(h)}

## Kilowatt-hours to kilowatts calculator Example

To convert kilowatt-hours (kWh) to kilowatts (kW), you need to know the duration of time for which the energy is consumed. The formula to calculate kilowatts from kilowatt-hours and time is:

kW = kWh / hours

Here's an example that demonstrates the calculation:

Let's assume you have an energy consumption of 50 kWh over a duration of 10 hours.

kW = 50 kWh / 10 hours = 5 kW

Therefore, the power in kilowatts corresponding to an energy consumption of 50 kWh over 10 hours would be 5 kW.

This calculation is often used to determine the average power consumption based on the energy used over a specific period of time. Keep in mind that this calculation assumes a constant power consumption throughout the given duration.