What is the Commercial Unit of Electrical Energy?
Electrical energy is produced from the charged particles' electrical charge flows or kinetic energy. Kilowatt-hour is the commercial unit of electrical energy. The kilowatt-hour (abbreviated kWh) is a unit of energy representing the energy used to generate one kilowatt of electricity for one hour. Although it is not a formal standard unit in any system, the kilowatt-hour is often employed in electrical applications. Commercial units are charged at a separate rate from household units, which is higher. It is mostly used to reduce power usage in factories and other commercial settings. The SI unit of electrical energy is Joules.
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