Energy Converter

Energy Converter Calculator

You can convert energy numbers into their equivalents in different measuring units with this tool for converting energy units.

  1. Please enter the quantity of energy, choose the current units and the units you wish to convert it to, then click Convert.
  2. Table International (IT) Thermochemical (th)

How to Convert Energy Units?

A conversion factor is used to execute conversions. Converting between units can be as easy as multiplication if you know the conversion factor:

S * C = E

S is the initial value, C is the conversion factor, and E is the final value after conversion.

Multiply by the conversion value in the right column of the table below to convert any unit into joules, such as 100 kilowatt-hours.

3600000 [(J) / (kW h)] x 100 kW h = 360000000 J

Divide by the value in the right column or multiply by the reciprocal, 1/x, to convert from J into the units in the left column.

360000000 J / 3600000 [(J) / (kW · h)] = 100 kW · h

You can multiply by the factor for A to convert A into Joules and divide by the factor for B to convert out of Joules to convert between any two units in the left column, let's say from A to B. Alternately; you can calculate the required single component by dividing the A factor by the B factor.

For instance, kilowatt-hours to British Thermal Units would be multiplied by 3600000 and divided by 1055.056. Alternately, multiply 3600000/1055.056 to get 3412.141156488. To convert kW h to BTU straight, multiply by 3412.141156488.

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