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How do you calculate unit power per hour?

The rate of kWh per unit is known as the Board of Trade Unit rate. If you switched on a 1000 watt bulb for one hour, it means you consumed 1000 watt for an hour. 1000 watt for an hour is 1 unit of energy.

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