All electrical devices have their power measured in watts. For example, a kettle might be 1,500W. To calculate the costs of the power used by an electrical item, the wattage is multiplied by the number of hours itâ€™s used for each day, and then by the number of days per year. The total is divided by 1,000 to give us the number of kilowatt-hours (kWh). The final cost is worked out by multiplying your price per kWh by the amount of kWhs used.

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