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    Re: GWE changes wording on Edison device to Kilowatt hours (Score: 1)
    by RedPill on Wednesday, April 23, 2003 @ 11:38:09 EDT
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    So if you break that 88 kWh down further across a 24 hour period you would have an average of 3.6 kw pumping in from the utility wire an hour. Now if you take GWE's statement of 170 Kwh a day and divide that across a 24 hour period you get about 7kw an hour. which should be more then enough for the average home.

    So there would need to be (based on the 1000amps x 0.6 volts x ? amount of eCells) at least 12 eCellsto reach 7kWh. There are 5 eCell banks but there is no telling how many eCells are in each bank.

    I think this makes sense. Or am i completely off on my math on breaking down the total used per day.

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    Re: GWE changes wording on Edison device to Kilowatt hours (Score: 1)
    by RedPill on Wednesday, April 23, 2003 @ 14:15:47 EDT
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    someonemade me realize something, Is that bill a residential or commercial utility bill? 88kwh a day is alot of power to consume a day. mulltiply that by a 28 day billing cycle and you are at nearly 2.5 MWh. I will have to check my bill when I get home to see how much I use. I might be around 500 KWh for the month which breaks down to just below 18 KWh a day and average of about 0.74 Kwh an hour. If you are using 88Kwh a day then you desperatly need a free energy device :)

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