# Energy Consumption Calculator

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The utilisation of a given amount of energy or power output is referred to as power consumption. Energy consumption might be linked to the consumption of electrical energy or the consumption of food in biological organisms. In terms of energy consumption, electrical output or power generation are both included since they each have their own formulas.

As previously said, energy consumption refers to the utilisation of a system’s energy through utilising the available electricity. In order to measure energy, Gigajoules or kilos of oil equivalent per year are used as well as Watts because Joules are the standard unit of energy measurement. As a result, calculating the amount of power units spent during a particular period yields the energy calculation formula, also known as the energy consumed formula.

In the dropdown option, choose electric appliance, or manually input the wattage rating in watts or kilowatts (kW) and the device’s daily consumption in hours. To calculate your daily, monthly, and yearly energy usage based on watts, click the calculate option.

### Equation for power consumption calculator

The power P in watts (W) times the number of consumption hours per day t divided by 1000 watts per kilowatt equals the energy E in kilowatt-hours (kWh) per day

Energy(kWh/day) = power(W) × times(h/day) / 1000(W/kW)

#### Daily Energy Consumption

Power Consumption (Daily) = Power (W) * times (h)

#### Monthly Energy Consumption

Power Consumption (Monthly) = Power (W) * times (Hours) * 30 (Days)

#### Annual Energy Consumption

Power Consumption (Annual) = Power (Watts) * Time (Hours) * 365 (Days)

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### FAQ

#### Q-1. What variables influence the price of electricity?

A-1. Your power costs are affected by the following factors:

• The power rating of the equipment being used.
• The duration of their use.
• And the cost of energy per unit.

#### Q-2. How to calculate the cost of electricity?

A-2. To figure out how much power will cost, do the following:

• Calculate power consumption by multiplying device power consumption by usage time.
• To get the overall cost, multiply the power utilised by the energy price.
• If applicable, add taxes to the total amount.

#### Q-3. How can I save money on electricity?

A-3. To save money on power, do the following:

• Identify power-hungry appliances in your house and replace them with equipment with a lower power rating or energy-saving gadgets.
• Make sure you don’t leave any devices turned on that you don’t need.

#### Q-4. What are some of the most energy-intensive appliances in your house?

A-4. Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are the most energy-intensive equipment in a typical home, followed by lighting, television, and entertainment systems.